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# 175832 13-Jul-2015 13:28
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Either I can't search, or something .. I am trying to find out what NZ Netflix costs a month
Their website doesn't seem to want to tell me other than "its free for 30 days, then pay"

Note: I haven't yet tried to sign up - maybe it tells me in there

Can anyone assist?

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  # 1342160 13-Jul-2015 13:32
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My statement says 11.99 (USD) for 4 screens in HD - which is about NZD18.

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  # 1342261 13-Jul-2015 15:14
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DeepBlueSky: https://www.netflix.com/getstarted?locale=en-NZ


Many thanks, not sure why I couldn't find that unless it is behind the sign in option

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  # 1342263 13-Jul-2015 15:16
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My last 2 months have been $12.60.



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  # 1342317 13-Jul-2015 15:49
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nzkiwiman: Either I can't search, or something .. I am trying to find out what NZ Netflix costs a month
Their website doesn't seem to want to tell me other than "its free for 30 days, then pay"

Note: I haven't yet tried to sign up - maybe it tells me in there

Can anyone assist?


That ain't the best sign, I don't know why these companies do this, because the free 30 day thing is minor. People want to know the normal monthly cost.  With the NZ dollar dropping a lot, I suspect the price will change too.

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  # 1349998 22-Jul-2015 18:46
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...With the NZ dollar dropping a lot, I suspect the price will change too.


I have watched almost everything that appeals on it already, a price rise would lead to end of subscription for me.
Surely there must be more sci fi they can release for the NZ market?



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  # 1349999 22-Jul-2015 18:53
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LesF:
I have watched almost everything that appeals on it already, a price rise would lead to end of subscription for me.
Surely there must be more sci fi they can release for the NZ market?


Get Unblockus or Unotelly and 'unlock' all the Netflix regions you want.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1350009 22-Jul-2015 19:08
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I've had Netflix (US) for almost a year now. I pay US$7.99/month which worked out to NZ$12.32 on 03 July. Cheaper than chips for all the entertainment available.

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  # 1354810 29-Jul-2015 19:29
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What is the easiest way to see whats actually on netflix before I sign up?

Id like to know whats currently available?

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  # 1354815 29-Jul-2015 19:35
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Have a look here - lists all Netflix content on all sites.

http://www.filmefy.com

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  # 1355079 30-Jul-2015 09:47
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natlukros: What is the easiest way to see whats actually on netflix before I sign up?

Id like to know whats currently available?


I use this site:
http://www.onnetflix.nz/

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  # 1355433 30-Jul-2015 18:10
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The https://www.netflix.com/getstarted?locale=en-NZ page is in NZD.
Your credit card will be charged in NZD as well, so no currency fluctuations to worry about.

How a USA company advertising in NZ, pricing in NZD, having a .co.nz domain that works (albeit redirects), with physical equipment located in NZ at ISPs to facilitate service, but is NOT a NZ company for tax purposes (really thinking GST here) boggles the mind.

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