Netflix Expected to Acquire Streaming Rights to DreamWorks Animation Catalog

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Caboose

I've read many comments over the past year, from myself included, about how I'd gladly pay a bit more for increased streaming content. That wish is now coming true, and yet everyone (well, almost) that is a Netflix subscriber is bitching and moaning about it. Oh, you can't have your cake and eat it too? Boo-hoo!

What other service out there is like Netflix, with the library of its size (and no, BitTorrent doesn't count)?. On-Demand services from CableCos don't compare in terms of speed, performance, price or content. Maybe the CableCo On-Demand services perform a bit better in the states, but up here they are horrible. Slow, buggy, expensive messes. I for one, don't mind the price increase at all, and with the increasing content, I'm going to be canceling my zip.ca subscription now.

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someone87

Meant to be a replay.

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Digital-Storm

They just recently got all the Star Trek, with DSN coming in October, how much better can it get!

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don2041

Better can it get ,Well how about fix my connection that fucks up all the time, the power outages that occur all the time , the bandwidth caps so low that 3 eps of tv it runs out, all for the low price of $89.95. And this does,nt cover netflix fees. Northwest Tel the only game in town. they bought out every other ip and are a now monopoly.

ps. I.forgot about connection speeds slower than molasses in january

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Caboose

WOW! You get your power and internet connection through NetFlix? When did they enter those two markets? That's amazing. It must have been some secret roll out.

 

Oh... you mean its Northwest Tel's fault? Ah.. I see now.

Punctuation and grammar are your friends.

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someone87

It's the governments fault for limiting competition.

If you really only have 1 option, move somewhere else.

But this deff isn't Netflixs fault. Grow up.

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TerribleToaster

It's not the government's fault that there is little competition in a local utilities market. Though I agree that they should step in with some price control and forced minimum requirements.

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Digital-Storm

Netflix is not at fault. You can't blame netflix for your isp.

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