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Find something new to binge while you're at home with Quibi, because you can get 90 days for free!

Originally launched on April 6, Quibi is a new streaming service with short-form movies, documentaries, reality shows, news and original content including Chrissy's Court with Chrissy Teigen, a Punk'd reboot with Chance the Rapper and more. The service is geared towards mobile devices, as all content is approximately 10 minutes or less in length and can be viewed in both portrait or landscape orientations.

For reference, the service regularly starts at $6.99 per month, but you can get three months for free if you subscribe before April 30 -- simply download the Quibi app (Android, iOS) to start your 90-day free trial!

This offer is available until April 30 and all Quibi content is viewable exclusively in the app on Android and iOS devices.

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    • Nexzen wrote: This is a mobile only service that offers high quality shows and movies in 10 minute forms.
      Lol good luck with that...
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    • Interesting concept, but as much as I love being on my phone, I hate watching videos longer than 5 minutes on my phone. And they want us to pay for it too? We'll see how this goes..
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    • Would be decent if it was free. But with all the various competing streaming services out there like Netflix and Disney plus, it’s a hard sell.
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    • You have to pay to watch ads? Execs wondering why piracy is back on the rise is hilarious.
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    • Would be hot if this was free with your carrier and phone plan.
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    • This to YouTube is like tidal to Spotify.
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    • Chipppy wrote: Would be hot if this was free with your carrier and phone plan.
      Ya that would be sick, Bell should have done that but it’s probably overlapping with their Crave service.
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    • Streaming market as fractured and annoying as cable was now. Back to paying for a plex share that has literally everything in one place.
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    • Kovaelin wrote: You have to pay to watch ads? Execs wondering why piracy is back on the rise is hilarious.
      They copying Hulu.
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    • Free is a great deal. But, paying after for 10 min clips on mobile seems a bit off with or without ads. Thanks anyways OP.
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    • Couldn't figure out how to sign up for the 3 free months (app store pre-order only showed a 2 week trial) but then I realized you need to sign up to be a "Quibi Insider" and they'll email you a code or something later.

      Their "welcome" email landed in my Gmail spam folder so keep an eye out there so you don't miss your 3 month offer when it gets sent out.
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    • TomRFD wrote: Couldn't figure out how to sign up for the 3 free months (app store pre-order only showed a 2 week trial) but then I realized you need to sign up to be a "Quibi Insider" and they'll email you a code or something later.

      Their "welcome" email landed in my Gmail spam folder so keep an eye out there so you don't miss your 3 month offer when it gets sent out.
      Thanks for the update, will mention it in the post.
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    • Coincidentally, I just had an ad for this service show up before a PUP video this afternoon. Didn't know what it was apart from a new streaming service, glad OP filled me in so I can skip it. 10 mins WITH ads? Ha. What's the point of that? Catering to the ADD market who can't put their phone down and can only concentrate for a few minutes at a time? If they had actual shows and could cast....maybe.
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    • 0% chance this succeeds, it will sell out to another company in a year. that said, free is free
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    • aidendanger wrote: Coincidentally, I just had an ad for this service show up before a PUP video this afternoon. Didn't know what it was apart from a new streaming service, glad OP filled me in so I can skip it. 10 mins WITH ads? Ha. What's the point of that? Catering to the ADD market who can't put their phone down and can only concentrate for a few minutes at a time? If they had actual shows and could cast....maybe.
      What do you mean by actual shows? They already have a good amount of originals with pretty big actors at launch and on the way. I believe there will be an option to cast, not sure if its available at launch but they mentioned it during an interview.
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    • Nexzen wrote: What do you mean by actual shows? They already have a good amount of originals with pretty big actors at launch and on the way. I believe there will be an option to cast, not sure if its available at launch but they mentioned it during an interview.
      They're 10 minutes in length, no? Just seems very odd...

      Maybe I'm just jaded; I was an early adopter cord cutter and now with the new streaming services, our "entertainment" bills will soon surpass outrageous cable fees. Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Crave, Disney+ and now this? Enough already. LoL. But short clips coupled with paying for a service with ads is a huge no for me. Pay me to watch the crap if I gotta sit through ads.
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    • For those who complain that they can't stand watching 10 min. videos on their phones: Quibi will stream in 1080p resolution; depending on the bitrate and on the video quality, it should be possible to watch their shows on TV screens (via Android TV boxes or casting) and natively on tablets.
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    • ahoroba wrote: For those who complain that they can't stand watching 10 min. videos on their phones: Quibi will stream in 1080p resolution; depending on the bitrate and on the video quality, it should be possible to watch their shows on TV screens (via Android TV boxes or casting) and natively on tablets.
      Not sure it's complaining, think it's being rather reasonable to expect any streaming service in 2020 to be able to cast to multiple devices. 🤷‍♂️
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