Two weeks ago, MoviePass discontinued its unlimited access model and instead put in place a limited four-movie-per-month plan for new users. Now, it appears that the company is yet again making a change, and this time, it's bringing back its unlimited plan.
Wired reports that MoviePass CEO Mitch Low says the subscription service is “absolutely committed” to keeping the unlimited way.
To give you a little backstory, just a few days ago, Lowe didn't seem very committed to the company's unlimited plan, and wasn't sure if it would ever return. The plan that was brought in cost $9.95 per month, billed quarterly, and allowed users to go see up to four movies per month. Additionally, it gave a random three month trial of iHeartRadio's All Access Subscription.
Lowe told Wired that the company is still “fine-tuning this model,” and that the company has fixed its relationship with AMC theaters. “I can assure you that we are not contemplating or even thinking about removing any AMC theaters,” Lowe says.