Vudu, a Santa Clara, CA start-up, began selling Internet based VOD titles. The Vudu service offers a $399 Internet connected set top box, with access to 5,000 titles. The service requires a broadband connection, and uses peer-to-peer technology to display content on a television, but does not require a PC. Prices for one-time rentals range from $0.99 – $3.99, and prices for purchased movies range from $4.99 – $19.99, depending on the age of the movie.
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