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  • bottom_fishing_7_28_2002 bottom_fishing_7_28_2002 Jan 7, 2004 2:14 PM Flag

    Many switched to Wallmarts $15 plan

    Why pay $20 when you can pay $15 with WalMart?
    Many of those who registered during December will cancel their subscription. Those I know had 2 weeks and 3 weeks off in December and took the 1 month subscription to see all the movies they missed for the Year. All of them will not renew. I like talking to friends about their experience because if is a good sampling of what everyone else is doing.

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    • As a former stock owner but current subscriber I have looked into other plans as well. Don't be so quick to hype WalMart's plan. Walmart does not have the distribution plan so they can return movies in one to two days. Also no one competes with Netflix when it comes to choice or selection. No business is perfect so if you encounter a wait of a few weeks to a month for a movie it doesn't mean the company is not worth owning or subscribing too. If that were the case many of our brick and morter stores would be closed by now. The stock was too volitile for my investment club to safely invest in, however I will remain a paying customer for the indefinite future.

 
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