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Quickflix Video Streaming Coming To 360
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Quickflix today announced a partnership with Microsoft to get their movie and TV series streaming service onto the Xbox 360 for Australian and New Zealander users.

The streaming service has been available for 4 months on the PS3, and is now coming to the 360. The streaming service will operate under a subscription service which will be available to Xbox Live Gold members later this year. The prices for the service haven’t been announced yet, however they will most likely be comparable to Quickflix on the PS3 which is around $15 per month for unlimited streaming.

Quickflix will add to the range of other video services offered on the Xbox 360 including FOXTEL, SBS ON DEMAND, ABC iVIEW, ninemsn video, YouTube, FOOTY PLAY and VEVO.

Although there is no set date for the launch, it will most likely be within the next two months, since it was about two months between the announcement and launch of the service on the PS3.

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