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  Reply # 1595164 19-Jul-2016 17:24
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We really like it, between Lightbox (free with Spark) and Netflix, we seldom even turn on freeview any more. There is less content than the UK and US, but still more than enough that you can find something to watch.





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  Reply # 1595188 19-Jul-2016 17:49
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MikeAqua:

Is House of Cards (Underwood, not Urquhart) on Netflix NZ?



Underwood *and* Urquhart both available.

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  Reply # 1595321 19-Jul-2016 21:53
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True, but can't you "cancel" immediately upon signing up, and the sub will just remain active for the remainder of the period?

 

 

 

 

Yup!


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  Reply # 1595363 19-Jul-2016 23:22
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House of Cards is on there too.


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  Reply # 1595424 20-Jul-2016 08:17
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20 years ago, we didn't balk at paying $8 for a single new release movie from Video Ezy for an overnight watch. So, yeah, I think all you can eat movies and television for $13 for the entire month is pretty much a no-brainer.


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