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April 27, 2010

Film service launched by Virgin Media

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by David Allen

The cable broadband and phone service provider, Virgin Media, has launched its online film service, offering on demand movies.

Film fans do not have to be Virgin Media subscribers as this service is open to all.

The service is expected to directly compete with other film services such as Blinkbox and LoveFilm.

In order to attract new customers, Virgin Media will be presenting a wide range of films, including many recent releases on DVD, such as District 9, Fantastic Mr Fox and Twilight: New Moon.

Virgin Media will be offering hundreds of titles for viewers to watch at their leisure.

The cost will be around £3.99 for a new release and the film will be available for streaming to a computer for a forty eight hour rental period.

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