3:48PM Thursday 6 December
Following what was one of the most drastic (and unsurprising) collapses in recent memory, MoviePass has a plan. In fact, as part of its attempt to return to relevance in 2019, the movie subscription service will debut three new, slightly more expensive plans that it feels are both of interest to consumers and sustainable for business. Read More »
72 Days Ago MoviePass has had quite a year, but looks to be trying to return to its previous glory with new 2019 plans. Starting in the new year, MoviePass subscribers will have access to all showtimes of all movies for either a monthly rate (pricing based on location) or prepaid 12-month subscription.
72 Days Ago The beleaguered movie subscription company has announced it will be launching three new plans in 2019–and virtually everyone is going to be paying more. Right now all MoviePass subscribers pay $9.95 a month, which allows them to see three movies every 30 days from a rotating list of films.
72 Days Ago Starting on January 1st, MoviePass will offer a three-tiered subscription plan to movie tickets which will give its customers varying levels of access to the latest films in cinemas (via NYTimes).
72 Days Ago After an up and down 2018 that saw MoviePass explode with subscribers for its all-you-can-eat filmgoing package and then almost run out of money before finding a profit, it's changing things up as of January 1st, 2019.
71 Days Ago Subscription movie theater service MoviePass gained massive popularity last year by offering something so simple and sensible it was unavoidable: a movie a day for 10 bucks a month.
71 Days Ago Verizon has announced a new discount for emergency first responders. The carrier already offers special plans for government agencies, but the new discount applies to personal consumer plans for first responders, not just their professional lines.
71 Days Ago Verizon has announced today an expansion of sorts related to the discounted plans it already offers government agencies. Now, the carrier is taking that benefit and applying it to the personal phone plans of first responders, who can sign up for special plans from the company.
71 Days Ago Verizon introduces new discounts for those heroes of our local communities. State and city police, Emergency Medical Service (EMS) workers, and Fire department as well will all be eligible for Verizon discounts on their personal service accounts.