(New York, NY) -- Redbox Instant, a long-in-the-works video streaming service from Verizon and Coinstar, is finally launching this month, at the same price as chief rival Netflix.
The service will begin a public beta test later in December, and after one free month, Redbox Instant will cost $8 per month. At launch, the service will include movies from Epix, Lionsgate, NBCUniversal, Paramount Pictures, Relativity, Sony Pictures, and Warner Brothers (which is owned by CNNMoney parent company Time Warner).
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