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Sky Replaces Sky Box Office with the Sky Store


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The new Sky Store, which has more than a thousand movies available to rent ranging from the latest blockbusters to the classics, has now replaced Sky Box Office in Sky’s video on-demand service Sky Anytime+.

Want to watch new blockbusters such as Immortals, Paranormal Activity 3 and The Three Musketeers at the same time as they are released on DVD? Or perhaps you’re a fan of the classics, in which case titles such as When Harry Met Sally, Jurassic Park or Ferris Bueller’s Day Off will also be available to rent, with a selection of films available from just 99p.

What’s more, by Easter, Sky Anytime+ will be available to all Sky+HD homes with a broadband connection, across all broadband providers. This means more than 5 million Sky homes will soon be able to access the service, building on the 1.2 million Sky Broadband homes that already use Sky Anytime+.

Ian Lewis, Director of Sky Movies said, “Thanks to Sky Store, we are able to deliver our customers a comprehensive movie rental service straight to their living room. Millions of our customers love having the ability to watch hundreds of movies through a Sky Movies subscription, but we know that some prefer to enjoy films on a pay as you go basis.

That’s why all Sky Anytime+ customers can now instantly rent a huge range of movies from the Sky Store. Easy, convenient and flexible, Sky Store is a gateway through to new DVD releases as well as all-time favourites, catering to all tastes and moods.”

Sky Anytime+ is available to all Sky TV customers with a compatible box at no extra charge and also provides access to a wide range of on-demand content in-line with their subscription, including movies, entertainment, documentaries and drama ‘box-sets.’

Sky Movies Box Office will still be available for those Sky customers who do not have Sky Anytime+. This will offer a more limited range of the latest movies on the live channels from £3.49 per title.

Let us know if you try this service.

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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