Sinemia aims to shake up the movie subscription market with its unlimited plan, offering additional incentives like free 2D and 3D tickets as well as reserved seats and private screenings

While Moviepass, the movie subscription plan, remains one of the biggest players in its market, a new competitor is giving it a run for its money: Called Sinemia, the company has been watching from the sidelines and learning from Moveipass's mistakes, and is now launching an unlimited plan in the U.S., U.K, Canada and Australia.

The plan is $30 per month and is focused on moviegoers who see one to three films monthly. Sinemia spent four years testing and fine-tuning the unlimited model and believes that the plan will be sustainable and profitable over time. The company will offer a variety of movie plans that cost between $4.99 and $89.99 a month, which may also include premium formats like Imax and 3D tickets.

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While Moviepass, the movie subscription plan, remains one of the biggest players in its market, a new competitor is giving it a run for its money: Called Sinemia, the company has been watching from the sidelines and learning from Moveipass's mistakes, and is now launching an unlimited plan in the U.S., U.K, Canada and Australia.

The plan is $30 per month and is focused on moviegoers who see one to three films monthly. Sinemia spent four years testing and fine-tuning the unlimited model and believes that the plan will be sustainable and profitable over time. The company will offer a variety of movie plans that cost between $4.99 and $89.99 a month, which may also include premium formats like Imax and 3D tickets.