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Topic # 55579 6-Jan-2010 12:59
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This app has just come out on the Playstation Store as a free download

In a nutshell you have free access to a rather large collection of Music Videos in fairly high sound/video qual

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  Reply # 287423 6-Jan-2010 13:18
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Its actually been there in the Playstation store since early December (the 11th i think it was). And yeah its an awesome service.. If you do a search on here you would have found topics on VidZone already. :)




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  Reply # 287426 6-Jan-2010 13:30
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my bad, I just saw it on stuff.co.nz

this def has the potential to kill data caps
yet a lot of good groups/artists missing?

*edit* have read about problems others had initially
I'm running my PS3 over wireless on an Xtra ADSL2+ connection, don't have any issues with buffering (its almost instant) and hasn't crashed

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  Reply # 287438 6-Jan-2010 14:03
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Yes, in my experience VidZone is great. Since its release late last year most weekend mornings Vidzone is running in our house for 4 - 5 hours straight.



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  Reply # 287441 6-Jan-2010 14:11
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how bad has it hurt your data cap? (assuming your not on big time)

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  Reply # 287451 6-Jan-2010 14:22
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I'm on Telecom 40 GB cap. The most I can see in the weekend is 230 Mb on one day we used Vidzone for hours on end. Although it is hard to tell what else we were doing online that day (I play multiplayer games a lot). For example, I can also see 6 GB used on Christmas Day when we also played the whole Vidzone Christmas songs playlist plus others.

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