Today Redbox and Verizon announced that they are officially starting to roll out their new streaming and movie rental service to private beta subscribers.
The new service is going head to head against Netflix, offering unlimited streaming available through browsers and mobile apps, plus four physical DVD or Blu-ray rentals at Redbox kiosks per month.
The service will cost $8 per month for DVD and $9 per month for Blu-ray, and there is a one-month free trial to let users try before they buy, no strings attached.
The Redbox Instant app for streaming video, universal for both iPad and iPhone, is already available in the App Store. It is still unclear what kind of content deals are in place for streaming, but they currently have content from Warner Bros. and EPIX.
If you want to become a subscriber, sign up for the private beta on the Redbox Instant website. The public launch is reportedly planned for the end of the first quarter of 2013.
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