All of them have their advantages, but it really depends on which you feel is best for your lifestyle and how much time you have. Some may prefer the sharper, crystal clear images of the Blu-Ray because they have a large-screened television, but for others, the standard DVDs are still excellent quality that simply fit better on their screen. Others want to have the advantage of being able to have access on their phone, tablet, or laptop, so they opt for Video on Demand. Again, remember that you need to have access to an INTERNET connection to view VOD. If you have a more on-the-go life and want to watch the films in places other than the comfort of your living room, VOD may be for you.
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- What devices can it be watched on?
- How many devices can I watch the films on at once?
- Why aren't my videos showing in my video library?
- Can I get temporary Video on Demand access while I wait for my DVDs?
- I can't access my account/videos
- What are vouchers?
- How do I login?
- How do I access my videos?
- Does VOD really last forever?
- When does my Video on Demand video become available?