Netflix vs Prime

Discussion in 'Internet Streaming Services' started by repoman75, Dec 16, 2019.

  1. the2130

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    Yes, The Mandalorian is great. I wasn't going to sign up right away, but I couldn't wait to see that one.
     
  2. Rich

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    Think of this: How could they be the same and compete? That never works. You're right, it is a good thing they're different.

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    Still trying to figure out what age has to do with this. A day spent watching Frozen, a Star Wars movie and then The Irishman would be kinda typical for us. Of course, YMMV...of course.

    Think you're getting "free" NF? Drop T-Mobile and see how "free" that is.

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    Me too.

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  5. lparsons21

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    For me Disney+ is great. Plenty to watch for all ages and I find myself watching most of the full length cartoon movies they did from the 40’s and beyond. All bring back fond memories of my much younger days when I saw them when they originally came out.

    Add in the Star Wars stuff and some super hero stuff and you could lose a day easily.

    But I also enjoy the stuff from AppleTV+, Netflix, Prime and Hulu too.


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  6. Rich

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    For some reason people have to categorize everything. What age has to do with what we watch baffles me.

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  7. wmb

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    I just changed my T-mobile plan from a legacy plan to a Magenta Plus plan for the same price. With that change, T-mobile is now paying for my Netflix. I just got off an airplane and they paid for in flight Wi-Fi, too.

    I need to go back and rewatch TLJ. Rey's provenance as explained in Rise is troubling. I mean, for someone who plans for the future the way Palpatine does, his ad hoc attitude towards Rey is out of character. He just expects her to show up and fulfill his destiny?


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  8. billsharpe

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    I was a T-Mobile subscriber long before they offered Netflix free. Of course I'd have to pay for Netflix if I dropped T-Mobile. I also got an extended year of Amazon Prime free with an offer from Frontier FiOS. Don't knock "free"!
     

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