Netflix announced that customers can now rent as many DVDs as they want for $17.99 per month (three out at a time).
Netfix increased the fees just this summer. Netflix has over 2 million members. Now amidst the new competition from Blockbuster and Walmart and potentially a rumored entry of Amazon into the DVD rental market, the leader finally reacts. It also looks like Netflix got rid of the other tiers. Now only Walmart offers 2 and 4 DVDs out at a time pricing plans. Walmart is also still underpricing everybody by a couple of cents.
Below is a table with the current price comparison between Walmart Online DVD Rental, Blockbuster Online DVD Rental and Netflix DVD Rental. Read user reviews of the DVD Rental services in this I4U story.
DVD rental Fee Comparison:
|Movies Out||Walmart / month||Netflix / month||Blockbuster /month|
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