Via Scoop.it – internetbillboards
Depending on how you use Netflix, your monthly bill could be increasing this fall. Netflix announced Tuesday that it is turning its unlimited DVD and unlimited streaming services into two separate plans.
Currently, customers can take one DVD out at a time and watch unlimited movies online for $9.99 per month. Starting immediately, new customers will pay $7.99 per month to rent one DVD at a time by mail or $7.99 to stream movies online. Customers who want both services will pay both fees, for a combined total of $15.98 per month. That’s a 60% rate hike.
- Do you stream and rent DVDs from Netflix? Your plan just went up 60% (thenextweb.com)
- Netflix DVD-only unlimited plan appears, price for streaming and discs could jump to $16 per month (engadget.com)
- Netflix hikes prices, adds DVD-only plan (news.cnet.com)
- Netflix offers new unlimited DVD plan (news.cnet.com)
- Rumor: Netflix pricing shakeup tomorrow, pricier combo services (dvice.com)
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