Redbox Instant Launches App, Accepting Invite Requests For Private Beta

 

The Redbox/Verizon streaming partnership is one step closer to Netflix competition. Redbox Instant is now available for download from the Google Play Store. Unfortunately, the app won’t do much on its own as it is in private beta. Fortunately, invite requests are being accepted! It will cost $8 a month for unlimited streaming plus 4 physical DVDs from the kioks. Just make sure you guys steer clear of this 7-11 when you’re out hunting for a Redbox for your DVD. No sign of the $6 unlimited streaming plan we heard about last month but we may eventually see them go to tiered pricing as Netflix has. The service will offer a free one-month trial to new subscribers when the beta is over.

Keep in mind, despite the name Verizon, you don’t have to be a Verizon Wireless subscriber to participate. You do, however, have to be running an unrooted phone. Or try this workaround anytime you feel like watching a movie on your rooted device: With SuperSU, by developer Chainfire, as your superuser app, you can deselect “Enable Superuser” in the settings.

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  • http://www.gearsoftech.com/ Edward Marquez

    I’ll probably sign up for the $9 deal so I have access to Blu-Rays too. Not a bad deal, looks like I’ll be adding another streaming service to my monthly plans haha.

  • banjoonmyknee

    Doesn’t work on my phone because it is rooted.

    Guess they don’t want my money.

    I’ll stick to Netflix.