HTC stopping its HTC Watch movie sales and rental service
The service had been slowly closing across a variety of countries including Spain, Italy, Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands, and Denmark, and now the United States of America, and the UK are set to follow suite.
As a user of the HTC Watch service we would like to notify you that from March 31st 2014 the store will no longer be available.
Up until this date, you willl still be able to purchase movies from the HTC Watch store as normal. Your library will not be accessible after March 31st, 2014.
Please download the movies you have purchased to your devices before the above mentioned date. If you do not find the HT Watch application in your device to download and watch the movies you have purchased, please kindly visit http://www.htc.com/support for more details.
We thank you for being a HTC Watch customer, and apoligise for any inconvenience caused.
Be sure to download your purchases from the HTC Watch App before March 31st 2014 in order to ensure they are not lost, because after this date, unfortunately they’ll fall into cyber space.
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