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13 Dec 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

Netflix could be getting some real competition with the new Redbox Instant streaming service. Redbox will offer unlimted streaming and physical disc rentals for 8 dollars per month in the US. It will start out as an invite-only service later this month.<br /><br /><h3>Redbox takes on Netflix</h3>Redbox Instant will launch later this month in a partnership with Verizon. But you are not invited to the party – unless you have an invite, that is. Redbox will open up to the public later.<br /><br />Redbox offers unlimited streaming and four nights of physical DVD rentals for 8 dollars per month. One dollar more will give you Blu-ray rentals instead of DVD. There is also some chatter that 6 dollars per month will give access to the streaming service without physical rentals but this is yet to be confirmed.<br /><br /><p align=center><img class="imgresponsive" src="pictures/redbox.jpg" alt="Redbox Instant"><br><i>Redbox takes on Netflix with unlimited movie streaming</i></p><br />Redbox will offer no TV shows at launch but offer a library of popular movies; “Movies that really matter in the marketplace”, Redbox says. Partnerships include Epix and Warner Bros so there should definitely be some quality content available.<br /><br />Redbox will initially be available for iOS and Android as well as Samsung and LG Smart TVs and Blu-ray players. Google TV devices will also be supported and more devices will be announced in the coming months.<br /><br />No words on when Redbox Instant will enter the closed invite-only phase.



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