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Knowhow Movies streaming service coming soon from Currys and PC World


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Over the weekend I was in PC World and I saw some materials on display for something called Knowhow Movies. Now I have seen more information on it.


This is what the Knowhow Movies web page currently says:

It’s almost time to get the popcorn ready, dim the lights and settle down for a great night in! From early 2012, KNOWHOW MOVIES will be bringing the very best cinema has to offer straight to you, at home or on the move.

KNOWHOW MOVIES lets you decide how you watch movies and TV – whether you want to download it or stream it to your device, the choice is yours. You can even start watching your movie on the train, pause it when you reach your stop, and restart it right where you left off when you reach your sofa!

Choose from a huge range of movies and TV shows and you could be watching in moments. Rent or buy and watch on the go – KNOWHOW MOVIES puts you in control.

Available subscription-free from Thursday 1st March 2012, KNOWHOW Movies is an exciting new proposition from the UK’s leading electrical retailers which will allow viewers to watch and buy from an impressive library of films and TV shows directly from their TVs, Smartphones, laptops and tablets.

Teaming up with major film studios including Disney, Warner Bros, and Momentum Pictures means customers can rent or buy fantastic films and TV episodes from launch, with new studios being added imminently. With KNOWHOW Movies, new releases will be added to the library on the day of release, meaning customers will have access to them as soon as they become available. New releases are priced at £3.99 to rent and £12.99 to buy and catalogue titles are priced from £2.99 to rent and from £5.99 to buy. TV shows start at £1.99.

Will you give it a try?

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


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