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Topic # 64288 12-Jul-2010 20:57
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Is itunes the only service that allows you to rent movies online?

Are there any other services for renting or buying movies for download online?

Thanks :)

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  Reply # 350425 12-Jul-2010 21:41
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What platforms do you have? I believe that Zune (on Xbox 360) also offers rentals.

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  Reply # 350428 12-Jul-2010 21:46
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Fairly limited in NZ. iTunes would have the biggest collection for the NZ market at present, I believe.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 350434 12-Jul-2010 22:06
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Zune marketplace on Xbox 360 lets you rent/buy movies in NZ. Will be launching for PC's outside USA in October.




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  Reply # 350436 12-Jul-2010 22:10
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Cool, i'll look out for Zune.

In the meantime, itunes is great! Don't have to leave my house to rent dvd's



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  Reply # 351136 13-Jul-2010 22:26
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Yea we have a ps3

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  Reply # 351140 13-Jul-2010 22:34
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doesnt the tivo have some sort of online movie rental too?




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  Reply # 351143 13-Jul-2010 22:36
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tivo is a waste.... at least here in NZ with it only being sold at Telecom stores.

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  Reply # 351148 13-Jul-2010 22:39
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you can buy tivo online now too - the 'exclusive' telecom deal has ended i believe

check out www.tivo.co.nz

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  Reply # 351149 13-Jul-2010 22:39
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Regs: doesnt the tivo have some sort of online movie rental too?


movie library of tivo is no where near as updated when compared to zune marketplace and itunes.




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  Reply # 351199 14-Jul-2010 06:49
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biggest issue with online renting is our broadband caps. Once they go, I will be in boots and all...

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  Reply # 351378 14-Jul-2010 13:34
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Looked at the Tivo selection yesterday, its a pretty pathetic selection of movies and tv shows.

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  Reply # 351410 14-Jul-2010 14:51
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i use my apple tv and itunes on a regular basis. its actually really good, lots and lots of movies and rentals aren't bad.

you maybe able to get them cheaper at a video store on "cheap tuesdays" or something, but its more convenient with itunes, i rathat pay a few dollars more and use itunes.



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  Reply # 351465 14-Jul-2010 16:27
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1.8gb for a movie rental.... itunes needs to partner with ISP's too!

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  Reply # 351550 14-Jul-2010 19:56
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i have 100gb a month, 1.8gb doesnt really bother me. i would have to rent 60ish movies a month to go over that.



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  Reply # 351557 14-Jul-2010 20:07
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reven: i have 100gb a month, 1.8gb doesnt really bother me. i would have to rent 60ish movies a month to go over that.


Well that's nice and dandy for you but 99.7% of home internet users in NZ don't have 100gb of data per month :)

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