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Selecting The Best DVD Rental Service

Selecting The Best DVD Rental Service

Renting movies at a store has almost become a thing of the past with online options and streaming content more the norm today than ever before. Netflix is the leader in online rentals and streaming media to all kinds of devices within the home, but are they the best for you? Blockbuster has similar services now and a number of upstarts are moving into the business to create additional competition for Netflix. Lets take a look at the qualities and services you should look for when comparing online DVD rental services.

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Wal-Mart Purchases Vudu, Video On Demand Service

Wal-Mart Purchases Vudu, Video On Demand Service

Wal-Mart is purchasing video on demand service Vudu and could be looking to challenge other Internet movie delivery services such as Amazon, Hulu, Blockbuster (CinemaNow) and Netflix. Vudu is one of the options on many Internet ready movie devices sold today including HDTVs, like the ones sold at Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart has made a significant push into electronics while purchasing Vudu moves them into a service area that will extend Wal-Marts reach into consumers home for an extended period of time.

Vudu currently offers movie downloads for as little as 99 cents … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Changes at Blockbuster Make Netflix Even More Attractive

Changes at Blockbuster Make Netflix Even More Attractive

While numbers are dwindling for Blockbuster loyalists one of the major differences between the two has always been the ability for Blockbuster customers to drop off their mailed videos in person should the desire arise. What many consumers may have missed is that about a year ago, they dropped this service and only allow consumers to rack up 5 in-store returns. In addition to that, they are no longer giving out the coupons for free rental. Netflix seems to have left the brick and mortar rental business behind, saving their hard-earned money … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Netflix Roku – Streaming Content as It Should Be

Netflix Roku – Streaming Content as It Should Be

Roku Video Recorder/Player is one of the most desirable devices at this
moment. The Roku for Netflix is so simple and easy to use, we could only play for a few minutes and we were watching a movie.

The Market

To start, we have to understand why it is important for a company that rents videos to be selling boxes for members to instantly watch videos on their televisions. Currently, Netflix has 8 million subscribers, 21% more than last year. The business is based on renting movies by mail, such … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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Netflix Free Trial Compared to the Blockbuster Free Trial

Netflix Free Trial Compared to the Blockbuster Free Trial

Both online movie rental services, Netflix and Blockbuster, offer free trials at this time to allow new subscribers the opportunity to test their service. Both services are quite similar but also have some differences that you should consider.

The Similarities

Both Netflix and Blockbuster provide an online queue within your membership area. This queue holds in order the movies you would like to receive from the company on a rental basis. Once you finish watching a movie, return it in a prepaid envelope, and the next movie in your list or … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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XBox 360 Netflix

XBox 360 Netflix

The numbers are impressive when it comes to Netflix. They have 95 shipping sites all over the country so most addresses can be reached within one business day. Along with being able to get the movies in one day you can choose from 100,000 movies and television shows. There is something for every member of the family.

If you do not want to wait for your movies, you can watch many movies instantly on your computer or television. There are quite a few ways to watch Netflix movies on your television. You can use some Xbox 360s … Read more at Netflix Free Trials

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