As far as I know, NOW! They say it was always a limitation, but never enforced. Go figure.When is this supposed to go into effect?
Not in practice. We've had as many as 3 streaming at one time in the past.I thought this was always true. When I stream on my phone, it knocks my son off his Xbox.
Me too, maybe its something to do with the iPhone app, but I have 2 Internet tv at the house and one that it's not that has my playstation plugged in and never had a problem streaming on 2 tv's at the same time.Not in practice. We've had as many as 3 streaming at one time in the past.
They do seem to be doing all they can to drive their customers off.If thats the case im going to cancel.
Well, I should have labeled my Thread as "Rumor" which it may have turned out to be (though I did cite a reputable source!). But even if rumor, I do agree that Netflix seems to be losing its luster and competitive drive.Netflix is really looking at ways to upset their customers once again. Did Netflix have a meeting to take bets on how many changes they can make before they start losing subscribers?
I guess a lack of any real competition will do that. Hulu+ is expanding their library but it still forces you to watch commercials. I'm fine with ads on free watching, but paying customers shouldn't have to. Just my opinion. What else is out there that's comparable?Well, I should have labeled my Thread as "Rumor" which it may have turned out to be (though I did cite a reputable source!). But even if rumor, I do agree that Netflix seems to be losing its luster and competitive drive.
Biggest problem with redbox is taking the dvd back and the damn box is full. Now you keep it and pay for another day.Redbox is awesome, even if the rental sucks you can't really complain over a $1 or $1.50 for blu-ray. I love the Redbox app.