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#160519 9-Jan-2015 16:44
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http://smh.com.au/digital-life/digital-life-news/australian-netflix-pricing-and-launch-date-revealed-report-20150109-12kx3r.html

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  #1211498 10-Jan-2015 08:37
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Starting at $9.99/month AUD.

Hopefully, given our near dollar parity, and the attraction of a sub-$10 pricepoint, we'll get $9.99 here too.

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  #1211521 10-Jan-2015 10:12
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I call 12.99, it will either be that or 11.99.





 
 
 
 


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  #1211538 10-Jan-2015 11:36
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sultanoswing: Starting at $9.99/month AUD.

Hopefully, given our near dollar parity, and the attraction of a sub-$10 pricepoint, we'll get $9.99 here too.


Maybe, although bear in mind we have higher gst, so it's quite likely the 'entry level' will be $11+

Also, entry level isn't full Netflix either. Iirc you don't get HD and you only get a single stream at that price.

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  #1211541 10-Jan-2015 11:41
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that's true, the cheapest plan is single stream and SD only, not HD

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  #1211544 10-Jan-2015 11:48
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Us netflix plans for comparison

http://www.netflixreview.com/netflix_plans.html


1 SD Screen - $7.99 a month
2 HD Screens - $8.99 a month - up to 2 Screens streaming simultaneously
4 HD Screens - $11.99 a month - up to 4 Screens streaming simultaneously

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  #1213527 14-Jan-2015 08:18
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NonprayingMantis: Us netflix plans for comparison

http://www.netflixreview.com/netflix_plans.html


1 SD Screen - $7.99 a month
2 HD Screens - $8.99 a month - up to 2 Screens streaming simultaneously
4 HD Screens - $11.99 a month - up to 4 Screens streaming simultaneously


Also worth noting that the $11.99 plan is the only plan that allows 4K streaming

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  #1213564 14-Jan-2015 09:21
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can anyone remember what the grandfathered plans are/were

 
 
 
 


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  #1213567 14-Jan-2015 09:33
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I get 2 screens with HD and no DVDs for US$7.99 per month.

and price is guaranteed to remain $7.99 through at least 5/9/16 so long as you stay a member.

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  #1214629 14-Jan-2015 11:14
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myopinion: I get 2 screens with HD and no DVDs for US$7.99 per month.

and price is guaranteed to remain $7.99 through at least 5/9/16 so long as you stay a member.


That's for existing Netflix US subscribers who signed up before the price hikes. No point comparing potential new NZ pricing to that.

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  #1214634 14-Jan-2015 11:21
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I was replying to Nathan.

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  #1214647 14-Jan-2015 11:37
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Its all about the content.




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  #1214733 14-Jan-2015 12:58
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Do I wait for a few weeks and see what content and pricing will be on the Netflix NZ site OR do i go down the whole unotelly and Netflix US & credit card route....decisions....decisions....!? 




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  #1214736 14-Jan-2015 13:03
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DickDastardly: Do I wait for a few weeks and see what content and pricing will be on the Netflix NZ site OR do i go down the whole unotelly and Netflix US & credit card route....decisions....decisions....!? 


Getflix + Netflix US - the content is basically guaranteed to be better.

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  #1214741 14-Jan-2015 13:06
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Is getflix better or cheaper than Unotelly etc?

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#1214743 14-Jan-2015 13:10
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wasabi2k:
DickDastardly: Do I wait for a few weeks and see what content and pricing will be on the Netflix NZ site OR do i go down the whole unotelly and Netflix US & credit card route....decisions....decisions....!? 


Getflix + Netflix US - the content is basically guaranteed to be better.



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