Fandango Buys Vudu From Walmart


Fandango Media LLC shops for some Walmart goods. On April 20th the all-American ticket seller announced that it is buying Vudu, a Walmart streaming service. The price remains a mystery right now since the deal is still not closed.

The Verge reports that the Fandango representatives have promised to make more detailed statements in the following months. Right now they promise an easy, user-friendly experience that will allow them to buy and rent movies without a monthly subscription.

The already existing Vudu customers will have “uninterrupted access” to their library, using their Walmart login and Walmart wallet. 

Vudu is known for using high bit rates for its streams, which makes it a solid alternative to many popular competitive services. It is used on more than 100 million home devices all over the U.S. 

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