Xobile, a leading provider of adult movies to cell phones and mobile devices, has launched the first phase of Xobile White Label, a solution that will enable affiliates to brand mobile movie offerings with their own logos.
Sin City will become the first studio to offer its films through the partnership program.
“Xobile White Label is a direct response to affiliate requests for a reliable and robust white label service that incorporates all of the superior product features we have developed as we’ve pioneered the mobile movie business,” said Harvey Kaplan, who heads Xobile, the mobile arm of AEBN. “Coupled with our industry-leading service track record no other offering approaches this powerful package. We’re pleased that Sin City has agreed to be our first partner because they offer a wider diversity of in-demand content for the mobile viewing audience such as POV-style movies that traditionally play better on hand held devices and high end gonzo features with quality that is perfect for the small screen.”
“Xobile and AEBN are on the leading edge of technology for content distribution they provide a perfect entrée into the mobile arena for us,” said W. J. D., a spokesman for Sin City.
Xobile White Label gives affiliates the ability to offer a mobile-only site solution with more than 50,000 movies covering more than 150 genres.
Under the first phase of the rollout, affiliates can customize their site colors, logos and banners, but Xobile will handle billing and provide live 24/7-customer service at the tech center in AEBN’s headquarters.
In January 2006, the second phase of Xobile White Label will be introduced at Internext. It will include a PC interface and will be fully customizable by the affiliate.
“We expect this to be a very popular option for webmasters, who will be able to offer by far the easiest-to-use and most economical option – customers pay an average of 44 cents for a two minute movie and receive a free mobile clip each day – with the benefits of a secure credit card payment system that can be used by cell phone or computer,” Kaplan said.