- November 16, 2011 12:00 pm
- Nick Broughall
The service costs $15 a month and includes unlimited streams of all the movies on offer. We counted 198 films available on the site, which includes a lot of older films, which seems to indicate that not all studios are on board with the idea of unlimited streaming.
You’ll need a connection speed of at least 1Mbps to use the service properly, according to Quickflix. You’ll also need a pretty large download cap if you’re serious about watching movies on a PC, as no ISPs have currently announced any unmetered plans around the service.
That said, the movie catalogue will only grow in the future, so it’s just good news that we’ve finally got a service similar to Netflix after all these years of waiting.
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Nick Broughall is the Australian Editor of TechRadar.com, where he gets to indulge his passion for geekery and the lastest technology. He is also the Editor of EFTM.com.au, where he gets to indulge his passion for manliness, from sampling fine liquor to the joys of growing a beard. It's a pretty good life, really.