Netflix Movie Rental Review – Online Movies

Netflix Movie Rental Review – Online Movies

Netflix has been around for several years now. You may have tried it and enjoyed unlimited rentals delivered to your mailbox. I have been a member for 3 years now and I love it but now Im even more excited about a new service they are offering. Netflix has listened to their customers and they are now providing a service which lets you get unlimited movies downloaded to your television for only $9.99 a month! This is a very new technology and Netflix is the only company that offers this service. Imagine being able to watch any movie at any time as long as you are a member of Netflix. You will no longer have to wait for your movie in the mail. There is a converter box that you can purchase called Roku. It costs about $99.

Or you can get an LG BD300 Network Blu-ray player which also allows Netflix members to stream more than 12,000 standard definition TV and films through the device at no additional increase to their monthly paid subscriptions. Members will use the Netflix website to add movies or TV to their individual instant queues. Movies will begin playing in as little as 30 seconds when selected from the TV where users can browse, make selections, read synopses, rate movies, and fast-forward / rewind video streams using the BD300’s remote control.

You will also have the option to use your XBOX 360 to stream Netflix movies! This requires an Xbox LIVE Gold membership and any Netflix unlimited plan. All of this for only $9.99 a month. The Roku is available to use currently. The Blu-ray player and XBOX service will be available in September.

You will be able to stream movies instantly and request movies in the mail all for the same monthly fee. If you compare Netflix with Blockbuster or any other movie rental service you will see Netflix is keeping up with technology and at the same time offers the lowest price on memberships.


Source by Brandi Yates

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