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Quickflix launches on Xbox 360: now streaming across NZ

Quickflix launches on Xbox 360: now streaming across New Zealand and Australia

The much-anticipated Quickflix/Xbox partnership has launched, with Quickflix’s unlimited movie and TV streaming service now available to view on Xbox 360s throughout Australasia.

“Quickflix is all about giving viewers real value and a real choice in how, where and when they watch movies and TV shows,” says Quickflix NZ Managing Director, Paddy Buckley.

For just $14.99 a month and on the same subscription, a family can watch up to three different shows at the same time, on different devices.

With Xbox, viewers can take advantage of Kinect to search, play, pause, fast-forward and rewind faster by using their voice or hand gestures.

To access TV and movie streaming through Xbox, existing Quickflix subscribers simply enter their Quickflix user name and password. New subscribers can sign up at www.quickflix.co.nz/xbox.

The Quickflix Pay Per Play new release service will be available soon on Xbox.

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