Philips will be bringing YouTube’s Movie Rental store to its Smart TVs later this year, and will be one of the first TV platforms to offer access to the service, but that does not mean it will be exclusive.

At the moment however neither company is releasing any details yet, however YouTube have said the following:

“It will be launching in the US / Canada first and then in select countries in Europe but we don’t have specifics to share at this point,”

“The roll-out will enable the rentals feature to become widely available to television devices, including Philips.”

The service first launched about a year ago in the UK and offers a wide range of films to rent, and users can rent new titles from £3.49 or between £2.49 and £3.49 for the older titles.

Via: Pocket-Lint

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