Redbox Instant, the streaming-movie joint venture between Redbox owner Coinstar and Verizon, is now opening up service to the general public.
Shareholders were not impressed by the sound of jingling change coming from kiosk operator Coinstar’s pockets for Q4 2012, pushing the company’s stock down nearly 10 percent in after-hours trading.
Sorry, PlayStation 3 owners, your console doesn’t get first dibs on Redbox Instant.
Recently launched Redbox Instant isn’t the only thing Redbox is doing to expand its business beyond physical DVD and game rentals.
Coinstar has built a massive business with its coin counting kiosks. But what if you could dump your loose change right into a digital wallet?
The streaming/DVD rental subscription service from Verizon and Redbox is rumored to launch before the end of the year, and now we’re finally hearing details about what it’s going to cost.
Last year, Redbox turned its sight on video game rentals in a big way, and has shared some recent stats from that endeavor with GamesBeat.
Video and game rental service RedBox is having a banner year, increasing the Q3 earnings of parent company Coinstar 90 percent, the company announced today in its earnings call.
Rixty is taking online game gift cards to the next level by making them personalized, branded, and reloadable.