Sunday, August 20, 2006

GUBA Slashes Prices on Movie Downloads

GUBA, a leading video entertainment site, significantly lowered prices for downloads from its library of movies and TV programs. GUBA users can buy downloadable movies for $9.99 on the same day that the movie is released on DVD. Users can buy catalog movie titles for $4.99 and TV show episodes for $0.49. During this promotion users can rent movies for $0.99.

GUBA now claims to be the first web service enabling users to buy and rent premium content and new release titles at the lowest price anywhere.

GUBA is using Microsoft's Digital Rights Management (DRM) copyright protection.

GUBA Premium content is only available to users in the US due to international copyright ownership restrictions. Purchased videos are owned in perpetuity but cannot be burned to DVD due to current restrictions of the DRM software.

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