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Amen. Yesterday, we told you about the backlash to Netflix’s rate hike, and now comes the inevitable backlash to the backlash. And they’re right. As Louis CK might say, you are paying for THOUSAND OF MOVIES TO BE PRESENTED TO YOU WITHOUT YOU HAVING TO DO ANYTHING, so fifteen bucks isn’t exactly extortion for such a modern miracle.
Netflix Rate Hikes Meet With Expected Vitriol And Derision. Netflix announced on their website that they are separating their DVD and streaming movie services and charging a new increased rate to customers who want both. The hike is being met with unanimous hostility in the comments. As a Netflix subscriber who never uses the streaming service, this has very little effect on me; I just wish instead of increasing rates they’d stop recommending that I add “The Soloist” to my queue. Your recommendations are awful, Netflix.
BREAKING NEWS: Company Acts Humanely Toward Its Customers Three nights ago, Netflix had some technical issues that crippled its instant-streaming service. The company responded by refunding customers 3% of their monthly bill, or roughly 23 cents per person. And while that may seem small, consider that when my power went out for four days this winter, the power company offered no rebate and said they were going to INCREASE their rates. So Netflix, would you mind buying my power company?
Their first season isSeasons 1-5 are on Netflix Instant.
I’ve got quiet shoes! This news makes me want to dress up like a woman and crush people’s heads with my fingers. You have the day off today. Don’t waste time. As my friend Leitch once said, you can list your favorite Kids in the Hall in any order and it will always be right. WILL DO.