I was very interested in the Redbox service, but that's not going to happen now since I don't have an Xbox 360. Why in the world would they limit their potential market like that? Whatever deal Verizon and Microsoft have going, Verizon has to be coming out the loser on this.
@SDonaldson Yeah right . Redbox should be kissing MS ass , Do you have any idea how many people get on Xbox Live ? You got it twisted sir .
yeah but do you also know MS dumb asses make you pay an extra fee to use apps you already pay for like netflix and such it's called xbox gold and it's the biggest rip off i have ever seen.MS is a rip off they sell a system that for the same price as there 4gb junk box you can get a 250gb PS3 and use any app without paying extra fees see I will never give any of my money for a hunk of *** like a xbox 360!!!!!!
I have to agree with the other comment makers. I own a Wii and was really looking forward to getting the Redbox service and cancel my Netflix.. So much for that happening =(. This really sucks!! Redbox should want to target ALL perspectives and not just a hand full only.
So stupid to be XBox exclusive. That is the one machine I have zero interest in owning. Too bad. I was going to sign up tonight.
redbox is going to miss out.... Xbox live is stupid by itself . I have a Wii and a PS3 and I also have an Xbox360. but I will not pay for Xbox Live ... PS3 and Wii are free to play online. Ps3 is far superior to Xbox in my opinion. Looks like I will not be getting Redbox streaming... its Redbox's loss .... not mine. Bad business deal by Redbox if you ask me. no big deal I still have my Netflix and Hulu + and amazon streaming and Epix ... the only one losing out is Redbox.
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