Introducing Quickflix

Before mainstream streaming providers hit Australian shores, Quickflix was already playing the game, making it the original movie streaming service in the country. Quickflix offers flexible subscription options to let you enjoy the latest blockbuster movies way before you can find it anywhere else.

What makes Quickflix unique?

What sets Quickflix apart from other streaming providers is that it combines both online streaming and DVD rentals to suit the audiences’ varying preferences. For those who still want it “old school”, so to speak, Quickflix readily delivers DVD and Blu-ray of movies right to your doorstep — and comes with no due dates or late fees. They also offer online streaming services, which you can either subscribe for or pay as you go to watch in your own time.

Everything you need to know about Quickflix:

Quickflix Plans

  • Quickflix Access: Pay-As-You-Go (starting at $3.99/title); instant access to new release movies
  • Quickflix Red Carpet: $20/month; 2 discs at a time; no late fees
  • *All plans come with no lock-in contracts. You can simply switch plans or cancel anytime.

Access via

  • Android and iOS devices, Windows, PC & Mac, Smart TVs (Samsung, Panasonic, LG, Sony), Gaming Consoles (Playstation 3, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One), Kindle Fire, Google Chromecast

How much does Quickflix cost?

Quickflix offers two main subscription plans. With the pay-as-you-go format of Quickflix Access, you’ll only have to pay for movies you want to watch, when you want to watch them. This comes with zero commitment with movies starting at $3.99 each for Standard Definition (SD). There are also newer releases that are available in both SD and High Definition (HD), which will cost you $5.99 and $6.99 each respectively.

For the Quickflix Red Carpet, you can rent two Blu-ray discs at a time for $20/month. If you want to watch more Quickflix movies each a month, simply return the other one to have a new one sent to your doorstep. These rentals don’t have due dates or late fees, and each disc comes with a pre-paid return envelope for you to return it without any cost on your part.

How much data will Quickflix use?

For a seamless streaming experience, Quickflix requires a minimum speed requirement of 1.5Mbps-3Mbps for SD streaming and 5Mbps for HD content. That amounts to roughly 675MB-1.3GB data per hour for SD, and about 2.3GB per hour when streaming in HD. We highly recommend choosing a dependable broadband service provider to make your viewing experience more hassle-free, especially if you intend to stream several movies at a time and on multiple devices.

What devices are compatible with Quickflix?

Quickflix is compatible with a number of devices. For starters, you can watch on your PC or Mac through their website or download the app on your iOS and Android devices. You can also watch using Smart TVs with brands such as Panasonic, Samsung, LG, and Sony. Gaming consoles like Playstation 3 and 4 plus Xbox One and 360 can also be used, or alternatively, you can stream movies on Quickflix using Google Chromecast and on your Kindle Fire.

Contact Quickflix

For any inquiries about Quickflix’s services or to manage your account, head to the Quickflix website to submit a request form and their Member Care team will get back to you as soon as possible.

Quickflix Review

Quickflix has been operating a disc rental business for more than a decade, and started a streaming services in 2012 — but just how good is it? Here’s the lowdown.

Why are they here?

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Save the rebellion. Save the dream.

The Shallows
Not just another day at the beach.

Doctor Strange
The impossibilities are endless.

Kong: Skill Island
Awaken the King.

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