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Post by Dan @ 03:44pm 22/12/11 | 4 Comments
Sony have sent word that their partnership with local movie rental and streaming service Quickflix kicks off tomorrow, December 23rd 2011, enabling another avenue for watching movies on demand on the console that appears to have a more comprehensive library of new release films than the PS3's existing MUBI service.
For $14.99 a month, subscribers to the Quickflix streaming service can enjoy unlimited access to movies on demand, from a constantly updated catalogue. Existing Quickflix online Blu-ray and DVD rental customers can upgrade from $7 to $14 per month. For a limited time, a special Quickflix promotional offer will be available for PS3 customers who sign-up to the service providing unlimited monthly subscription streaming and a choice of two Blu-ray disc rentals available for $4.99 per month for the first three months.1

Michael Ephraim, Managing Director, Sony Computer Entertainment Australia commented: “PlayStation 3 in Australia has today made another leap forward in our home entertainment on demand offering with the exciting addition of the home grown Aussie movie subscription service, Quickflix, to our platform. It’s great to be partnering with an innovative, fast growing Australian company making inroads in the multichannel delivery of movie content that will provide our customers even more entertainment choices.”
Full details of the service can be found in this press release, or you can hit up PlayStation Australia's Youtube channel for a promotional video explaining how the process works.












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Mass
Posted 04:44pm 22/12/11
Great idea and good price.....just need better/more content
Twisted
Posted 06:04pm 22/12/11
How are steaming services going to work with quota's and stuff?
rec
Posted 07:59pm 22/12/11
The same way quotas do when you pirate the shows.

You watch the stuff you want, within your data allowance in mind.

When you're over your quota, you can't do anymore stuffs or things.
BOOST
Posted 08:21pm 22/12/11
What movies? From all the studios?
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