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Topic # 185337 18-Nov-2015 19:54
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I've had Quickflix for a while (years, actually) but haven't used it much. 

This week I finally sat down and watched Mad Men Season 7. The whole thing. As far as I can tell, only Quickflix have it in NZ.

 

Yes...It's premium content and I had to pay to see it. But it was worth every penny. 

 

Thanks for that. 

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  Reply # 1431734 20-Nov-2015 14:34
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There are quite a few thing unique to quickflix. Well any streaming service, but quickflix's list is quirky, and locally focused.

They have been pumping the new content, but its all premium. Hopefully some of that will filter down to the subscription content. Overall I like them, the compatibility across devices, casting etc, is great. Just need to get a little more content, which as I understand it, is a long term goal of the company (they have attempted to buy two other content providers in the last few years)




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  Reply # 1431786 20-Nov-2015 15:19
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It's on Netflix NZ - at least it is according to Lemon TV and I think I have seen it on the menu

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  Reply # 1431868 20-Nov-2015 17:34
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I gave up on Quickflix as everything was in SD..




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  Reply # 1454096 20-Dec-2015 23:31
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Me too. Device support was OK but there seemed to be no addition to subscription content at all.
Happy using other services now.

But its nice to know that if I want to watch back to the future again, it is just $13.99 and a few clicks away !

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