charliechaplinfan wrote:Our equivalent is Lovefilm, they have quite a few films available for streaming, I usually only take this option if the film is unavailable for renting.
I remember years ago my hubby telling me that owning films will be obselete as, one day, you'll be able to dial up the film/programme you want to watch and watch whenever you want. I think the technology is there but I wonder if they'll ever hold the films and programmes I want to see. I hardly fit into the popular viewing category of my age group, so keep hold of my DVDs doggedly.
MissGoddess wrote:i feel like i jinxed this because just a short while ago I wondered aloud on this board when Netflix was going to increase their fees.
MissGoddess wrote:I have decided to go down to the cheapie plan, which is two DVDs a month and two hours of streaming a month. I find right now that will work fine since I actually have another subscription to Classicflix and I can't say I have been good about availing myself of the instant streamings. Fortunately, this doesn't go into effect for a little over a month, and by then I probably will be watching even less streaming.
It is clear that for many of our members two websites would make things more difficult, so we are going to keep Netflix as one place to go for streaming and DVDs.
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