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# 214641 22-May-2017 15:19
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Quickflix is running a one month free offer for their Red Carpet plan, which includes two new release movie credits per month - including Moana, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Dr Strange.

 

Quickflix works on Smart Tvs, Windows, Mac, game consoles, tablets and smartphones and Google Chromecast.

 

Details and signup: Quickflix Red Carpet one month free.





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# 1786102 22-May-2017 17:28
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Cheers for the heads up!smile


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  # 1786115 22-May-2017 17:58
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Do they require you to signup using a credit card though, and then cancel if you don't want it any longer, and if so, is that an easy process?


 
 
 
 


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  # 1786123 22-May-2017 18:23
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Sign up with either a credit card, or Paypal.

 

They say they'll email a reminder close to the end of the free month... I have set a calendar reminder for myself, though!

 

It looks as though, to cancel, you would go to the 'Your Account' page, and click the (reasonably big, reasonably obvious) 'Cancel My Subscription' button. No doubt there will be a drop-down list of 'reasons' - isn't there always?

 

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  # 1786997 23-May-2017 18:48
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Just took advantage of this! Thanks :)


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  # 1787008 23-May-2017 19:26
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andreajnz:

 

Sign up with either a credit card, or Paypal.

 

They say they'll email a reminder close to the end of the free month... I have set a calendar reminder for myself, though!

 

It looks as though, to cancel, you would go to the 'Your Account' page, and click the (reasonably big, reasonably obvious) 'Cancel My Subscription' button. No doubt there will be a drop-down list of 'reasons' - isn't there always?

 

Andrea

 

 

 

 

I recall reading an old thread on here, that you had to phone them up to cancel. But apparently they have now implemented a way to cancel online.


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  # 1787264 24-May-2017 09:09
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Would be nice if they were in HD.  After the guy on Facebook from QF saying Moana was in HD and finding that the file was less than 1Gig in size   and it sure was in SD so I was a little  disappointed and most likely won't use them again.





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  # 1787695 24-May-2017 18:39
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old3eyes:

 

Would be nice if they were in HD.  After the guy on Facebook from QF saying Moana was in HD and finding that the file was less than 1Gig in size   and it sure was in SD so I was a little  disappointed and most likely won't use them again.

 

 

 

 

I thought they had moved to HD. Although the file would need to be at least around 3GB to be be 720 HD. So 1GB does sound like SD. These days HD is really the minimum people expect.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1787791 24-May-2017 20:43
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I didn't even know they were still in business.

 

I looked at them over a year ago, but their range and pricing didn't really work for me.

 

Compared to the competition (Netflix, Lightbox, Sky etc), is their Film/TV range any better these days?


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  # 1787812 24-May-2017 21:07
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JimmyH:

I didn't even know they were still in business.


I looked at them over a year ago, but their range and pricing didn't really work for me.


Compared to the competition (Netflix, Lightbox, Sky etc), is their Film/TV range any better these days?



I thought it was gone too, because it disappeared from TiVo. Although the menu option is still on it, can't find the server

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  # 1787819 24-May-2017 21:28
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old3eyes:

 

Would be nice if they were in HD.  After the guy on Facebook from QF saying Moana was in HD and finding that the file was less than 1Gig in size   and it sure was in SD so I was a little  disappointed and most likely won't use them again.

 

 

 

 

I might be interested, but needs to be HD.

 

Just browsed using PC and only got offered SD versions of movies, but then spotted that they don't do HD on all devices, including windows. Wonder what the guy on Facebook used to access it with.

 

Chrome cast HD is supported but not on a iPhone. Wonder if that means cannot use iPhone to cast to chromecast in HD?

 

Be interested to hear how people find it.

 

 

 

List of devices and if support HD here


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