In an effort to compete with movie streaming services like Prime Video and iTunes, The New York Times reported on Oct 14 that AMC Theatres has launched its own On-Demand film renting and buying service.
On Oct 14, The New York Times reported that AMC Theatres, the largest movie theater chain in the world, is getting into the online film streaming service beside Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video. Along the lines of Apple's iTunes, the company is launching an On-Demand service – AMC Theatres On Demand – online where users can rent or buy movies.
According to the AMC president and CEO, the service will have about 2,000 movies available for sale or rent following their theatrical runs. The New York Times reported that Disney, Warner Bros., Universal, Sony, and Paramount have all made deals with the company to make both old and new movies available on AMC On-Demand.
Introducing AMC Theatres On Demand! Rent or buy movies, watch anytime on your favorite devices, and earn AMC Stubs points - no subscription required.October 15, 2019
By renting or buying films, users also earn AMC Stubs points which work towards in-theater rewards. Simply a subscription to AMC Stubs gives members general access to new films for US$20 (RM84) per month.
The service launched with movies costing between about US$3 (RM13) and US$6 (RM25) to rent and US$10 (RM42) and US$20 to buy. – AFP Relaxnews
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