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Cox to Reduce Price for HD OD Movies

Cox announced on Twitter today that starting on 4/1/2010 the price of HD OD (On-Demand) movies will be reduced to $4.99. This is the same price as SD movies!

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  1. soonertoad
    Posted March 25, 2010 at 10:08 am | Permalink

    I have never understood why Cox can’t be competitive with their on demand prices. Their entire plan seems to based on the belief that many people are too lazy to go out and rent a movie or use Netflix.

  2. CoxEmp
    Posted March 25, 2010 at 10:20 am | Permalink

    sooner – hate to be argumentative, but with this rate change Cox’s On Demand is less expensive than other service providers (U-Verse, for example, charges $6 for HD – and I believe DirecTV’s rate is $5.99).

    Cox also is launching Epix and Vutopia Movies On Demand which will be free to most everyone that has On Demand service (customer must have the Movie Pak). Those services combined will offer 200 HD movies On Demand.

  3. servicetech
    Posted March 27, 2010 at 7:11 pm | Permalink

    On demand is a bit more than Netflix/Redbox but no waiting or gas involved… You pay a bit more for instant access.

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