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Amazon expands Disc+ program to over 10,000 titles

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 03 Nov 2010 1:48 User comments (3)

Amazon expands Disc+ program to over 10,000 titles Amazon has expanded their Disc+ On Demand program to over 10,000 titles this week.
Disc+ is a program that gives customers a chance to watch digital versions of movies they have purchased on DVD/Blu-ray via Amazon Video on Demand.

When a customer purchases a Blu-ray or DVD title from Amazon, if it is a Disc+ title a digital copy will be added to your Video On Demand library.

The copies are playable on PCs, Macs and all Amazon VOD-compatible devices and HDTVs.

"When we launched Disc+ On Demand last year, we were excited by the overwhelmingly positive response from our customers," added Steve Oliver, category leader for Amazon.com DVD. "Customers love instant gratification, and this program allows customers to watch Disc+ On Demand titles instantly, without having to wait for their DVD or Blu-ray to arrive in the mail."

You can check all the titles here: Amazon Disc+ Catalog

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3 user comments

13.11.2010 7:19

"Customers love instant gratification"

Yup...that is why I have netflix!

23.11.2010 12:33

Originally posted by KillerBug:
"Customers love instant gratification"
That does sum it up.

34.11.2010 17:42

Originally posted by KillerBug:
"Customers love instant gratification"

Yup...that is why I have netflix!
Netflix is great but Amazon's Unbox has new TV shows available for free as a way to get users to buy the whole season should they wish to. Same thing with Itunes too.

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