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a question by Jul 13, 2011
What do you guys think of Netflix's new pricing structure? If you're a subscriber, did you delete your account in lieu of using Redbox and Hulu?
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answered:    July 18, 2011
I am a subscriber and I'll need to pay $ 19.99 to keep my current plan (used to be $ 14.99-2 unlimited dvds plus unlimited streaming). If I pick 2 dvds (no streaming) at a time, it'll be $ 11.99, I don't really mind to be honest; I may not like it, but I understand that it may be necessary. I mean, I may cancel them in the future, but I am such a movie lover that I still stick to the dvd and bluray. I am not big on streaming.
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answered:    September 21, 2011
Although I miss the affordable simplicity of their $5 two-disc monthly rental, their $8 subscription plans for unlimited discs or streaming are a reasonable bargain. I may reactivate my account.
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answered:    September 20, 2011
I am keeping my Netflix subscription. I don't criticize the guys for wanting to make some business decisions. Too bad Blockbuster didn't think of that! With competition from Hulu and Amazon, I can see why they need to make some changes. Hulu I use as a free service for the funky old black & white TV shows of pre-born Scotman, such as Alfred Hitchcock Presents. I love getting DVDs in the mail. Recently Netflix emailed me and said the next one is on the way. Can't beat the convenience. I do like the streaming too but don't use it that much.
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