Dish is planning to launch a standalone streaming service on Friday, October 4th, which it describes as a “deluxe package” that includes a bunch of movies that have been included in the Dish subscription service.
The movies will be available to stream on the Dish website for $4.99 a month, and are currently available to rent for $8.99.
The first three movies are already available to buy on the site for $1.99 each.
Dish is offering free movies to new subscribers, and it is also offering some of the movie’s trailers to people who have already signed up for the Dish service.
These trailers include a few new scenes from The Great Wall, and a couple of other clips from the film.
Dish has promised to add movies from other films that are still in theaters to the package, and some of those movies will likely be available on the service.
Dish also plans to offer a bundle of “subscription bundles” of movies, which are essentially bundles of movies from multiple movies that are being released in the same week.
These bundles are typically more expensive than the standalone movie package, but Dish is still offering a free movie to new Dish subscribers to get them to try out the service and sign up for its service.
We’ve contacted Dish for more information on when the package movies will start rolling out to subscribers.
Dish’s service will only be available in select cities, but it will also be available for those who live in areas that Dish doesn’t currently offer Dish’s cable TV service.