Google opens in Spain its movie rental service

Surprise this weekend: Youtube and watched entered a new feature, Youtube Movies. The movie rental service already operating in the US for a year, but here was not open.

[style_image width=”300″ height=”200″ image=”Youtube Movies” align=”alignright” alt=”Youtube Movies” url=”https://www.montsepenarroya.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/youtube_movies.jpg” border=”yes” lightbox=”yes” fade=”yes”]Sólo es necesario conectar el ordenador con tu TV para poder ver el nuevo inmenso catálogo de películas, conciertos, partidos de fútbol, reportajes educativos, etc… de Youtube. Sin tener que piratear nada y a un coste razonable.

The rental price of the films depends on their age and whether or not they are in high definition. The films are theatrical release in cost 3.99 euros and 4.99 euros standard definition high definition. The other movies cost 1.99 euros and 2.99 euros normal high.

The service works much like Film (Which is what I used so far): when you pay the movie, you have 30 days to see if you have not started yet, and once you start, you have 48 hours to see it (you can see it as many times as you want during these 48 hours [this is practical when there are staff who are home watching TV at various times]).

It seemed to me that it can only be paid through Google Wallet (Google service that competes with Pay Pal), the truth is that I have not finished the test transaction (today I do not have time to watch a movie) but only offered me the option of paying through their own tool (I hope this is not definitive because I usually use for all my Pay Pal payments).

We will have to see how this service works. Let's see if I have time next weekend and taste.

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2 replies
  1. Francisco Javier Garcia
    Francisco Javier Garcia says:

    Ya mismo lo podemso probar? y si la tele tiene conexion a internte y es smarttv tambien necesito un pc conectado?
    Thank you
    Francisco Javier Garcia
    Administracion de Fincas marina Baixa

  2. Montse
    Montse says:

    Francisco, si la tele la tienes conectada a internet de alguna forma y llegas a Youtube, no hace falta nada más.
    I go all right.
    A big hug.

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