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Do the charges on my bill look right?


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#21 OFFLINE   n3vino

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Posted 23 December 2012 - 08:53 AM

Netflix is a waste of money. Red Box is the way to go if you want to watch anything that was released this decade.

I don't know about you, but I abuse Netflix. If I don't like a movie I'm watching, I stop it and I don't get charged extra. Plus, unlike REd Box, you can preview a movie before you decide to watch it. For newer movies that I'm interested in, I prefer to buy the Blue Ray verision. There are movies I never tire of watching plus I don't have to return them. I also have a large collection of DVD's. The eight dollar charge for Netflix, is minimal for the movies I do watch. It sure beats the expensive premium channels that show movies I don't care for, not to mention,that you have to watch them on their schedule.

Either way, it's a matter of preference.

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