I don't mind paying more, If I'm getting more, they need to add more tv shows, more movies. If you watch TV when they air you already seen them all on Netflix, minus the foreign ones, which I then watch but then not all of them are my type, most foreign shows is some type of romantic drama or comedy you can only watch so many of those.
As for movies after about 6 months you pretty much seen it all on there, and I still don't know when new stuff comes, when it does, its like 5 movies per a month, only 1 of them interesting. others are depressing sometimes good independent movies.
so yea basically they need all three companies need to have more varieties.
I got Prime too, and that has the same problem, sometimes feel like sure they have many of the popular tv shows all season minus the newest some that Netflix doesn't, but they are much more limited on the content. Actually they do have more content but only if you pay for them separately, and that's a negative.
I don't subscribe to Netflix but since I just bought a smart TV I am considering it. This article and as someone above mentioned the headline is a joke. Look at what we pay for cell phones, cable, internet, even pay per view on cable. If $1.00 more per month is going to make someone not sign up, they shouldn't even be able to afford a TV. Do we stop buying gas when the oil companies raise the price, food goes up every day, I wish my utility rates only increased that much. All the while Obama tells us there is no inflation.
Wait, it's jacking the price from approximately 27 cents per day all the way to to a crushing 30 cents per day?!?! OUTRAGEOUS!! Netflix is done! Do they really think I can afford another twelve bucks EVERY YEAR?!?!!