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June 30, 2009

Picture Box HD for Virgin Media


by David Allen

The cable broadband and TV provider, Virgin Media, will be adding to its video on demand services by offering its customers access to a service from Universal Pictures known as PictureBox.

PictureBox will become available in July and will offer a selection of films, some of which will be in High Definition.

This is the first time that HD content has been available through the PictureBox service.

The 3.6 million Virgin Media customers will have access to a selection of twenty eight films, with seven new films being added each Friday, although there will always be twenty eight films on offer.

Customers will need to subscribe to this service which will cost around £5 per month.

This fee will give the customer access to the PictureBox content as and when required, rather than paying for the amount of content used.

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