And that came after the MoviePass mayhem that included surge pricing at peak times, a temporary service outage attributed to insufficient funding and a Mission: Impossible blackout.
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"We have listened and we understand the frustrations of our subscribers," Mitch Lowe, MoviePass CEO, told subscribers in an email Wednesday.
MoviePass came under fire last year by reactivating accounts and asking former customers to opt out of being subscribed again.
MoviePass doesn’t know how long the outage will be, and wasn’t specific on what will be added to the app besides "more useful information," more features and a better user interface.
MoviePass in March 2018 dropped its $9. 95 per month plan to $6. 95, but then went back up.
Monthly subscribers will be automatically credited the number of affected days, and annual subscribers will have those days added to their one-year terms.
Subscribers have been told the outage could last days, but they will not be charged during this period.
MoviePass is going dark on July 4 https://t.co/PF94XHexqr— CNET News (@CNETNews) July 3, 2019