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Old 01-29-2022, 05:23 AM   #41
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Convenience, familiarity, availability, overall access, take your pick. Simply put, nobody else comes close to their customer base.

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But other streaming services like Disney Plus, HBO Max and Hulu have that. And they’re cheaper too.
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Old 01-29-2022, 05:40 AM   #42
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But other streaming services like Disney Plus, HBO Max and Hulu have that. And they’re cheaper too.
No, they don't simply due to the fact that none of them have been around as long as Netflix. That's where Netflix trumps everybody else. Both amount of time they've been around and obviously content.

You can't share your Hulu with more than 1 other person. That's a total wash. Plus, Hulu and HBO Max are not even available everywhere. Their global coverage is nowhere near Netflix.

D+ is Disney. Every other streaming service will cannibalize each other but D+ is practically untouchable. It's the brand. There's no beating it.

Click the link I included. You'll see the numbers for each.
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They have plenty. Even if you were to watch 1 movie/series per month, you've more than made your money back. How much would that theoretically cost you in time/money at the theater? Nevermind you can't watch tv series in theaters. It's still a bargain. Now if folks are cheap/frugal then that's a different story -- seems like it's almost a knee-jerk reaction, because it's "fun" to hate on Netflix.
You have a valid point there, but it's about making the most of it than the bare minimum of it for me.
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I have Netflix through my cable/internet plan, otherwise I'd probably drop it. (I spend more time on HBO Max than Netflix.) But I was paying extra to get 4K until the price hike. I canceled the upgrade because I don't think the quality is enough to pay for it.
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I have Netflix through my cable/internet plan, otherwise I'd probably drop it. (I spend more time on HBO Max than Netflix.) But I was paying extra to get 4K until the price hike. I canceled the upgrade because I don't think the quality is enough to pay for it.
I do too,

Completely agree. Only reason I'm keeping premium is because of the number of simultaneous streams allowed.
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