Question of the Day: Are You Willing to Pay the New Netflix Prices?

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DVDs delivered to your mailbox along with streaming movies from the popular Netflix service will now cost you another $6/month or $72/year, The Huffington Post reports.

This week, the company announced its new plans, which discontinue the $9.99/month option for unlimited DVD rentals with unlimited streaming.

Now, existing customers have the option to have only DVD rentals for $7.99 (one at a time), or only on-demand streaming, for the same price.

If you want the best of both worlds, the two are now $15.98/month.

Two DVD rentals at a time will cost you $11.99/month.

Neal Gold July 14, 2011 at 09:48 PM
I have been a member of Netflix almost since its inception but I canceled my subscription this week. Their price increase is outrageous and I can either get pay per view or go accross the street to the supermarket and rent from Redbox. My gut feeling is there will be so much dissention they will go back to their old policy.
Catherine Baker July 15, 2011 at 08:57 PM
We have already changed our netflix plan because of their change. Considering canceling it completely.
Kim Tran July 18, 2011 at 03:57 AM
I have enjoyed Netflix for four years. I'm unfortunately canceling my subscription this week because of the price increase too. I use both the movie streaming and the ones in the mail often, but now since they'll be separate charges, it's as if they doubled my rate to have both.


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