Quickflix


  • Rent and Stream Wonder Woman on Quickflix from $5.99

    Haven’t seen Wonder Woman yet? Now is your chance. Quickflix recently added the 2017 blockbuster to its catalogue and it’s available to rent and stream.
  • Watch the Biggest Hollywood movies First with Quickflix

    In the world of streaming, renting or buying movies can seem like an unnecessary expense. But what if you’re looking for a fairly recent title that isn’t available on streaming services yet? Quickflix offers a low-cost solution.
  • Quickflix Red Carpet Rolls Out premium Hollywood Movies every Month

    With Quickflix Red Carpet, users can enjoy one or two new release movie rentals every month, plus tens of titles to watch anytime. Even better, the platform’s library includes some pretty amazing titles.
  • Stream the latest Hollywood blockbusters with Quickflix

    Quickflix now caters to Hollywood blockbusters, and its catalogue includes some pretty amazing titles. You can pay only for the movies you want or opt for a subscription. Read on to find out more.
  • Quickflix Revamps with Focus on Hollywood Blockbusters

    Quickflix has been through some hurdles recently, but the service is seemingly trying to revamp itself. The streaming service has recently announced the launch of Quickflix Access and Quickflix Red Carpet, new products that will bring the latest Hollywood movies and exclusive entertainment and other benefits to movie fans. The revamp includes the release of Hollywood blockbuster Finding Dory.
  • Deal between Quickflix and Presto Falls Through -- Quickflix to Acquire Chinese Streaming Company

    Quickflix recently announced plans to acquire a Shanghai based Chinese film and TV streaming company. It appears that the reselling agreement that was in the works with local streaming competitor Presto fell through, so the Aussie company decided to expand its horizons. The Chinese company remains unnamed so far, but Quickflix representatives mentioned that the new deal will help them form a global streaming platform.
  • Australians Really Dig Streaming Services, New Research Shows

    Uptake of subscription video on demand (SVOD) services delivered over the Internet has skyrocketed in Australia, with two million active subscriptions recorded at the end of June 2015, according to new research by Telsyte.
  • Streaming Wars: Netflix Takes the Lead with Impressive Numbers

    According to the first major consumer survey since Netflix launched in Australia at the end of March, more than a million Australians have access to the streaming service. That is more than ten times the number of subscribers of its nearest rival, Presto.
  • Presto and Quickflix Deal Spices up the Streaming Market

    Film & TV buffs all over Australia will be excited today by the news of a pending agreement between two of Australia’s leading streaming providers Quickflix and Foxtel/ Presto’s subscription video on demand (SVOD), TV and movies.
  • Win Free Cinema Tickets to Big Hero 6 for the Family: Quickflix

    Be in a chance to score a family pass to the cinemas to see Walt Disney's hit animated film Big Hero Six!
  • Win Free Tickets to Jake Gyllenhaal's Nightcrawler Movie: Quickflix

    Be in a chance to score a double pass to see Jake Gyllenhaal's Nightcrawler, in cinemas November 27, by visiting the Quickflix Free Swag center.
  • How to Win Free Tickets to 2014 British Film Festival: Quickflix

    Quickflix is currently running a promotion where you can score free tickets to the 2014 British Film Festival in Australia by simply telling them the name of your favourite British film, and why you enjoyed it so much.
  • Quickflix Now on Xbox One

    The Xbox One games console has been launched by the Australian subscription VoD service Quickflix.Users of the latest version of Microsoft’s device can now have access to both standard and high-definition TV series and movies through the Quickflix app. This service has already been available to users of the older Xbox 360 since 2012.
  • Why hasn’t Quickflix taken off?

    Why has Pay TV Provider Quickflix taken a slower route to success in Australia than Netflix has in America? Well, for starters the US has been a lot more forthcoming to adopt to online television and movie streaming. Australia’s audience seems to have taken off slower with response rates to paying for content online. This has posed a huge problem to Australian businesses modeling their services around selling online streaming subscriptions and Pay As You Go.