Samsung is launching its own video rental service, dubbed Project Glued, to Asian customers later this year. Through the service, customers based out of Asia can stream US and UK-based TV shows in HD.
The on-demand video service will make its debut next quarter in Singapore and the Philippines. Initially, it will be offered on Samsung's Galaxy series of smartphones and tablet, but will eventually be available on the Play Store and through Samsung's App Store. A web version of the service will be available sometime later, along with a dedicated client for Samsung's TVs.
The service costs $6.50 for 30 days for one season. In addition to streaming, you can download episodes to watch later. The first episode of every show will be offered for free to incentivise purchase of the rest of the season. Samsung has also mentioned that you can share seasons you rented with up to six friends, which gives them access to the entire season for 24 hours.
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