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  • rogertex2100 rogertex2100 Sep 16, 2011 1:30 AM Flag

    A bone-headed decision by NFLX management


    you are right - 16 bucks is easily spent of trivials - everyday. 16/month should not be much.

    i was using the internet streaming. DVD by mail seems to require a little bit of planning - sorry too lazy for that. But it felt good to have that option - just in case I spotted a movie too compelling to wait for it to come by mail.

    internet streaming had a small collection (for now) and new movies were seldom there. But it did have lotsa older TV episodes and quite a bit of live comedy shows. Streaming was indeed good quality and without hassle.

    I plan to use redbox for DVD releases of latest movies. I might also try Amazon's prime.

    If someone tells me their internet collection is at par with their DVD-by-mail collection - and both have improved - I'll pay $16 - maybe even $19 or $25.

    But something tells me - they need money now in order to improve collection.

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