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Quickflix streaming subscription now $12.99 per month

Quickflix streaming subscription now $12.99 per month

Quickflix, New Zealand’s premiere online streaming service, is now even more affordable with a new subscription price of $12.99 per month.

At this new rate, New Zealand subscribers can stream blockbuster movies and hit TV shows on up to six registered devices, including smart TVs, game consoles, Blu-ray players, tablets, smartphones, PCs and other devices, and stream up to three titles at the same time, making it the most accessible service of its kind.

Quickflix NZ Managing Director Paddy Buckley said: “This is great news for our subscribers and for Kiwi consumers generally. It makes our service accessible to all New Zealanders who want great value, as well as a quick and legal onlinestreaming movie service. We look forward to more people coming to Quickflix for their entertainment.”

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