Sky Store: Sky launches new video service with films to borrow and buy

Sky Store – The pay TV provider Sky offers films from the freshly launched Sky Store from now on to buy and borrow. Users and fans can buy the content two weeks before the Blu-ray start and receive the appropriate DVD or Blu-ray for free with any digital copy sent home.

Sky Store

Sky is now Amazon competition and offers in the new Sky Store current blockbuster to buy and borrow. The offer is aimed at Sky subscribers and extends the rental service Sky Select to a purchase option.

To start, Sky offers around 260 films, until the end of the year the offer is to rise to 1000 titles. Sky promises to provide blockbuster to digital download and streaming two weeks before the official DVD and Blu-ray start. Agreements with film producers such as Disney, Paramount, Fox, Sony, Universal and Constantin have already been taken.

Sky Store with DVD and Blu-rays

The special feature: Sky customers who buy a film digitally receive the DVD or Blu-ray by post after their release. The digital version including DVD costs around 16 euros, the variant with Blu-ray is two to three euros more expensive. Additional shipping costs do not apply to this service.

You can order the digital version via the Sky + receiver, the browser or via a smartphone or tablet. The film will start immediately and can be viewed offline after the download. In addition, Sky offers the option to seamlessly watch a movie on another device.

The new Sky Store is now available at www.sky.de.

Carmen Hornbogen

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