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DVD Unlimited Adds Exclusive All Black DVD's

31 March 2005

DVD Unlimited Adds Exclusive All Black Dvds To Its Library

Online DVD rental service, DVD Unlimited (www.dvdunlimited.co.nz), has gained exclusive rights to produce and rent All Black DVDs. Starting April 1 2005, DVD Unlimited customers will be able to rent selected 2004 All Black matches on DVD. This will include the All Blacks v England tests from both Dunedin and Auckland.

The exclusive service will enable rugby fans to appreciate the inclusion of pre and post match coverage as well as the added viewing capabilities offered by DVD technology.

According to John Fellet, CEO SKY Television "Although DVD Unlimited already has a great selection of DVD's including kids, documentary, new release, festival, classic movies and much more, we will continue to expand the library to keep up with our customers varied interests. New Zealanders are relatively fanatical about rugby, so it's a natural progression to offer exclusive All Black content too. Should this new and exclusive genre prove successful you should see DVD Unlimited expand its library in this area."

About DVD Unlimited - The Better Way To Rent DVDs!

New Zealand's number one place to rent DVDs online is DVD Unlimited! With DVD Unlimited you can watch unlimited DVDs, with no worries about due dates or late fees. Once you sign up we'll send you three DVDs in the post, for you to watch whenever you want. When you want a new one just send it back to us freepost, and we'll mail you a replacement from your own pick list. All for one flat fee of $38 a month! Packages start from $28 a month for two DVDs at a time.

DVD Unlimited customers receive a two-week free trial after which they can choose to pay flat monthly subscription rate and rent unlimited DVDs within each month. There are no return times, no late fees and over 15,000 DVDs for rent.

Running since December 2003, DVD Unlimited is NZ's first online DVD subscription service. We're committed to providing the best service possible, which is why you'll find customer reviews, movie ratings and expert picks to help you find the flicks you want to watch. Best of all, from your own ratings we'll learn what you like, and pick you personalised recommendations.

Access the ever-growing library at www.dvdunlimited.co.nz .

ENDS


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