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Through its policy of ongoing development of profitable and quality stores, the United Video franchise had expanded to 77 stores by 30 September 2001. The DVD and games rental business asks for two forms of signed ID namely, proof of address such as telephone or power account. The home entertainment retail franchise rates the films or video, by having different label colours on videos, films and games, similar to those on traffic lights.
A green label denotes that anyone can view the film, including the young children. Green on the film or video comes with a G label, which is suitable for General audiences. Yellow denotes caution and any person can view this film, but the home entertainment retail franchise recommends people to check the description note prior to viewing, or letting children viewing it.
Yellow denotes the PG label, which requires parental guidance for younger viewers and the M label is audiences above 16 years of age. Red denotes that it is illegal for some people to view the film and it is used for all restricted films. 12.06.2007
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Tel: 0 7 853 7035
Fax: 0 7 853 7036