Will you still subscribe to Netflix after the price increases?
The cost of Netflix is going up again. Some people feel it's well worth the money while others are questioning the quality of the service nowadays. How do you feel about it?
I've been on Netflix for over a decade, and it remains my primary provider of streaming content. Compared to cable and other options, Netflix remains the least expensive, even with the price increase.
I'm also on Hulu, and occasionally fork out for a month of Amazon Prime, or one of the premium channel add-ons. They're mostly in the $10-$15 a month range. The Netflix increase isn't out of line with what other services are charging, and they provide better, more varied content than those other services.
So yes, I'll continue to subscribe.
Say it isn't so...they get you hooked and then they up the price- isn't that always the way..yes, I'm sure I'll still subscribe if the increase isn't too much.
The price remains reasonable, and Netflix still doesn't have ads, which is more than I can say for other streaming services.
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