It's all very well having a 3D TV and a service to match, but content can be hard to come by. Virgin Media is addressing this, with today's revelation of a new 3D movie line-up available at no extra cost. The company has inked deals with Paramount Pictures and Walt Disney, to supply 3D films for its Virgin Media 3D On Demand …
no extra cost?
it dosent mention cost in the press release at all. are you sure there free?
No, they won't be free - they'll appear in the 'movies on demand' line up and cost £x for you to view, where £x is, obviously, more than it would cost for the "I don't want to look like a nob by wearing those stupid glasses" version.
£3000 on a new tele for...
Jackass 3D and Tron: Legacy
... well that was money well spent then wasn't it!
who said anything about free?
what it does say is "at no extra cost"...
no: a negative used to express dissent, denial, or refusal, as in response to a question or request
Extra: beyond or more than what is usual, expected, or necessary; additional
Cost: The price paid to acquire, produce, accomplish, or maintain anything
as in, a on demand move will cost £x.xx but a £D version of that move will cost the same !
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