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post #31 of 35 Old 11-09-2013, 05:53 PM
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(although I may just swtich back over to their blu-ray mailing service, which I noticed recently has been woefully downgraded to just one option: one movie out at a time, unlimited).

 

Where do you see that Netflix had downgraded their Blu-ray mailing service to just one movie out at a time?

 

I'm on the 5-disc out plan and I am paying a premium of $6/mo for the Blu-ray option, and sometimes I have several blu-ray discs at home at a time.

 

I checked the terms of use, including the DVD Terms and Conditions, but saw nothing about limiting the blu-ray discs t one at a time.

 

Likewise, when I check the terms of my Plan Details, there is nothing there about limiting the number of blu-ray discs out at a time.


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Bedroom:LG 32LV3400-UA TV (32-in 768p 60Hz LED/LCD), HD DVR (Motorola RNG200N), Xfinity Comcast cable (Digital Preferred Plus), DVD/VHS player.
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Where do you see that Netflix had downgraded their Blu-ray mailing service to just one movie out at a time?

I'm on the 5-disc out plan and I am paying a premium of $6/mo for the Blu-ray option, and sometimes I have several blu-ray discs at home at a time.

I checked the terms of use, including the DVD Terms and Conditions, but saw nothing about limiting the blu-ray discs t one at a time.

Likewise, when I check the terms of my Plan Details, there is nothing there about limiting the number of blu-ray discs out at a time.

Ditto. I have 3 at home right now
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Where do you see that Netflix had downgraded their Blu-ray mailing service to just one movie out at a time?

I'm on the 5-disc out plan and I am paying a premium of $6/mo for the Blu-ray option, and sometimes I have several blu-ray discs at home at a time.

I checked the terms of use, including the DVD Terms and Conditions, but saw nothing about limiting the blu-ray discs t one at a time.

Likewise, when I check the terms of my Plan Details, there is nothing there about limiting the number of blu-ray discs out at a time.

Ditto. I have 3 at home right now

 

Of course, if it is a change, you and I may have been grandfathered in.


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Bedroom:LG 32LV3400-UA TV (32-in 768p 60Hz LED/LCD), HD DVR (Motorola RNG200N), Xfinity Comcast cable (Digital Preferred Plus), DVD/VHS player.
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This isn't the correct thread for this, but I don't see a way to start a new thread so….

Have any of you seen a list or heard more about supported devices for Netflix' new unified App rollout?

I'm wondering if it will be available on my Samsung PN51E7000.

Have not found a discussion of this on the forums anyhwere, if there is and I've just missed it, please feel free to post a link. Thanks!

http://www.theverge.com/2013/11/13/5098224/netflix-introduces-one-unified-tv-interface-to-rule-them-all
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This isn't the correct thread for this, but I don't see a way to start a new thread so….

Have any of you seen a list or heard more about supported devices for Netflix' new unified App rollout?

I'm wondering if it will be available on my Samsung PN51E7000.

Have not found a discussion of this on the forums anyhwere, if there is and I've just missed it, please feel free to post a link. Thanks!

http://www.theverge.com/2013/11/13/5098224/netflix-introduces-one-unified-tv-interface-to-rule-them-all

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