I had to watch a dvd last night!!!! It was painful! Just kidding, but it was a nice reminder how much better quality bluray is and how streaming still has a long way to go before it can reach that quality. It's sad that they actually have to consider issuing a credit for such a small outage, it was a few hours, not days or weeks.
Now you're just mashing it!
Some of the stuff on Netflix streams in 1080p and it looks great.
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Netflix always issues a credit for any outage. It is not much, but they do it. Considering that netflix streaming cost you roughly 1.09c an hour, don't expect much.
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So these people are getting $4.36 of credit for four hours?, that sux.
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I've been having problems lately with netflix even when it comes to streaming content it just wont start I have to start it multiple times... Only seems to happen on my wii though
I said c, not $. That would be 4.36 cents. And how does it suck, since it cost you $8 a month.
Got an email today offering a credit. I don't think I will take it since I wasn't trying to use it, just feels wrong since the company is so great.
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