Thanks to a (now password protected) page on Redbox’s support site, details on the company’s joint streaming venture with Verizon have finally surfaced. While the potential Netflix competitor has a smaller catalog of offerings, the $6 a month subscription rate should be enough to garner a few converts. Plus, screenshots show an offering of newer films than Netflix, which, paired with a video-on-demand feature starting at $0.99, may just take a bite out of Amazon’s streaming cash flow, as well. Read the full story at Gizmodo.
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