NetFlix

By Joel Comm November 8, 2004 1 Comment   

At heart, I am your basic lazy person. The less I have to do, the less I have to remember, the happier I am. When it comes to returning library books, mine are always overdue. When I rented videos, they were always over due. Finally, the Internet has adapted itself to my lifestyle, and I don’t have to worry about those overdue videos anymore. That is, if I take advantage of today’s Family First site.


The site is called Netflix, and it is the ultimate online DVD rental service available. With Netflix you can rent as many DVDs as you want for just $17.99 plus any applicable tax a month. You keep a revolving library of up to 3 DVDs at a time and can exchange them for new available DVDs as often as you like. The number of DVDs you rent depends on how quickly you watch and return each of your DVDs. Select your movies at sign-up and they should arrive in your mailbox within 1 to 3 business days via first class mail. They reach more than 85% of subscribers with generally one-day delivery. After you finish watching a movie, simply put it in its prepaid envelope and mail it back. As soon as they receive it, they will send your next available movie. Shipping is always free both ways � no hidden charges.
New customers are eligible for a free trial. To avoid being charged after your trial, simply cancel your account before the trial ends. If you are enjoying Netflix, do nothing and your membership will automatically continue for as long as you choose to remain a member at the 3 -at-a-time program rate, currently, $17.99 plus any applicable tax. To get started with your FREE TRIAL, simply click the “Free Trial” button anywhere on the site and complete the simple sign-up process. Once signed up, use the web site to choose your movies. Your first three available movies should arrive within 1 to 3 days. You can easily cancel your membership anytime, online, 24 hours a day. There are no cancellation fees.
I said that Netflix is the best that I have seen in this blossoming industry. In business since 1998, Netflix is the #1 online DVD rental service. Each month, they provide movie entertainment to more than 2,000,000 satisfied customers. The number of customers alone says they must be doing something right.

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One Comments to “NetFlix”
  1. video locadora says:
    what about the future of the "normal" dvd rental shops? do they have to change and become like Netflix. Where are worried about it here in Barzil.. thanks ALberto

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