Netflix ups price for streaming, DVDs plan

Wednesday 13 July 2011 | 09:15 CET | News
Netflix announced a new pricing structure for its DVD rental and online streaming plans. For unlimited DVD use, the company offers two plans: USD 7.99 a month for the one DVD out at-a-time plan and USD 11.99 a month for the two DVDs out at-a-time plan. Streaming will be a separate subscription, and Netflix will no longer be offering unlimited plans that include both streaming and DVDs by mail. The unlimited streaming plan will remain at USD 7.99 a month. However, the price for getting both unlimited streaming and unlimited DVDs will be USD 15.98 a month (USD 7.99 + USD 7.99), up from the

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