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Question by Mathew: How fast does Netflix get its shows and what kind of variety and priority do they have?
Seeing as all the free tv show websites are being taken down pretty soon I won’t have much of a choice but to convert to netflix but only if the service is as good as the free sites, so are they? Do they have almost everything? Like every episode of QI etc straight after its aired or do I have to wait months? Same question with the movies, are the movies on Netflix the day they come out on DVD with good quality and free with my hypothetical subscription?
Answer by Steve O
Netflix has 2 plans
$ 8 if you want to watch movies and TV shows online
another $ 8 if you want to receive unlimited DVDs(one at a time) per month.
So if you want to get both , DVDs and watch something online then you pay $ 16 a month.
I have Netflix and their online movie collection SUCKS , it’s just so bad that I have to warn you not to subscribe for it unless you’re only going to watch TV shows online.yes,they have lots of TV shows but it takes 1-2 months after their release for Netflix to buy broadcasting permission so you have to wait some time, it’s not like pirated websites that steal and give to people right away.
However, I’m very y satisfied with their DVD by mail program($ 8 a month).They have almost all the movies you will ever want to watch + the shipping takes 1-2 days.
I would recommend you Netflix as long as you’re going to watch TV shows online or order DVDs by mail.It’s DEFINITELY worth the money.
EDIT: I forgot to tell you.When you order the online plan and watch TV episodes and movies online, you will have an option to choose the movie quality ! If your internet is slow then you can choose low quality so it will load the video faster or if you have broadband internet then put it on highest quality and it’s full HD.
However,DVDs you order by mail are standard quality(up to 720p) and they are not 1080p or BLU-RAY.
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