“Say goodbye to that free, unlimited Netflix streaming with your DVD rental plan,” Chloe Albanesius reports for PC Magazine. “The company on Tuesday announced new pricing plans that separate options for DVD rentals and Watch Instantly streaming.”
“Going forward, access to unlimited Netflix streaming will cost $7.99 per month, as will its unlimited, one DVD at a time plan,” Albanesius reports. “Together, one DVD and unlimited streaming will cost $15.98 per month.”
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Albanesius reports, “For new members, these prices are effective immediately. Existing customers will see the price changes starting September 1.
The plans also apply to other DVD rental options. Unlimited streaming plus two DVDs at a time will cost $19.98 per month, three DVDs plus streaming will be $23.98, and four DVDs plus streaming will be $29.98 per month. With no streaming, two DVDs out at a time will be $11.99 per month. Currently, the unlimited streaming plus one DVD at a time plan costs $9.99 per month.”
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