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Redbox Instant Verizon Movie Streaming

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Redbox just made being hungover and lazy a little bit easier. Redbox and Verizon have teamed up to offer Redbox Instant a new video streaming service.  The best part is you won’t have to wait very long to get it. Redbox Instant launches this summer.  Excited yet? Imagine this…

  • No more waiting in line outside of 7-11 or Ralph’s getting stared down by the homeless
  • Fewer Redbox movie purchases because you can’t get them back in 7 days
  • It will cost less to rent movies  (we always rent at least two and  never watch more than one a day)
  • Who cares that you didn’t know you can return those movies to any Redbox ?  (I didn’t know for a long time 🙁 ) 
  •  With Verizon technology behind the service we can expect it to work EVERYWHERE 

You’ll have to own a Roku 3 to get it in the beginning.  If you don’t own one of these already you should. Roku is a small streaming device with a remote.  It has apps like HBO GO, Hulu Plus, Netflix, The Time Warner TV app,  Pandora, Facebook and a ton of other stuff … all in one place. Some people swear by it enough to get rid of their cable!  I wouldn’t go that far.

No more desperate searches for your Mac thunderbolt or HDMI cables. No more grumbling about iPad streaming to your TV either. Roku 3  retails for a mere $99 bucks and works via wireless or ethernet cable.  If you’re too cheap to get a Roku 3 , I bet Redbox Instant will be available via Apple iTunes, and the Android Play Store by Fall.


Author Issen Alibris

Digital marketing strategist, blogger and Black business owner based in Los Angeles, CA. I like startups, traveling, being a foodie, tech gadgets, fashion and HBO.

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