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Stephan Jukic – March 10, 2019

Redbox, movie disc and online subscription-free video-on-demand rental service have announced that its vary of cities with kiosks for both 4K physical leases and HD films (many HDR) and regular HD films and DVDs have greater than doubled.9 New cities have been added and now cover a total of 15 US markets, all situated in giant and small cities. That is a powerful sudden enlargement, provided that solely 6 cities lately provided Redbox kiosk service.

Robust media file fans who may be rented low cost and quick, or VOD downloads which might be additionally reasonably priced to lease and not using a signature The Redbox service offers a convenient various to a subscription business model. People who personal 4K UHD TVs but don't have the required Web connection for 4K HDR streaming can find a notably useful choice with 4K Blu-ray titles that can be rented for $ 2.50 per night time.

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In accordance to Redbox CEO Galen Smith:

” Our clients have spoken – they love the quality of 4K content material. We're completely happy to supply 4K rentals even more to movie fans who give them more design decisions than ever before so they can reap the benefits of the movie night time. ”

The number of certain markets offering Redbox kiosks is

  1. Colorado Springs, Colo
  2. Des Moines, Iowa
  3. Kansas Metropolis, Mo.
  4. Minneapolis, Minn.
  5. Portland, Ore.
  6. Portland, Ore. Reno, Nev.
  7. San Diego, Calif.
  8. San Francisco, California
  9. Spokane, Wash.
  10. Austin, Texas
  11. Detroit, Mich.
  12. Los Angeles, Calif. ] Miami, Fla.
  13. New York Metropolis, NY
  14. Seattle, Wash.

This is nonetheless a limited range in contrast to all US metropolitan areas that haven’t joined the Redbox kiosk network, nevertheless it still represents several tens of hundreds of thousands of potential clients (especially NYC and Los Angeles, the country's two largest metro areas). [19659004] All of those markets supply access to Redbox kiosks with rental choices for DVD, HD Blu-ray and 4K UHD Blu-ray discs, so their entry is pretty much the identical because the 4K front-end availability issues.

The titles out there in all formats embrace giant Hollywood photographs and quite a few different films. Current and upcoming 4K decisions embrace: "Creed II" and "Star is Born", "Fantastic Beasts: Grindelwald's Crimes" March 12, "Spider-Man: In Spider-Verse" March 19, and "Aquaman" March 26 . DVD leases value $ 1.75 per night time, HD Blu-ray discs rentals are $ 2 per night time and 4K UHD HDR discs are at present $ 2.50 per night time. Redbox additionally presents console video games by way of kiosks. The company also provides clients the opportunity to lease films at Redbox On Demand for $ 3.99 per night time.

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Information to immediately's greatest streaming media adapters for all 4K extremely HD content that you would be able to deal with

With new cities added to the Redbox network, over 41,500 self-service kiosks at the moment are out there nationwide. One of the crucial unique convenience policies of the corporate's rental providers is that it allows users to return any movie rented to a kiosk to some other kiosk. Thus far, the Redbox has dealt with over 5 billion rentals to the purchasers it serves out there

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