So I'm like one of the people who thought the Quikster website was a good move... Eh, it didn't matter to me at the most; I thought there was a business plan in splitting the two so one can go for a highly lucrative market and one can go for an increasingly niche market; I mean everything is going towards the internet right, DVD's were dying out so it made sense right? But it seems like the people who complained about the whole price change and Quikster are now getting their wish.
I'm guessing this must of been one of Netflix's most hectic times, but I respect their decision. Even if it means Dish Network owned "Blockbuster" is not getting a hand up on Netflix anymore.
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I thought that it Suct big time and I'm glad that their investors slapped the board around a little. They think too much of themselves.
The Price increase stays the same by the way. For now,.....
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
We'll see in the end if it will help Netflix. They'll end up going up some how sooner than later in charges & not only that, but they again guage the market to see if they have made the right decision.
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