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It costs £5.99 via BT?

Is it in HD?

My standalone "legacy" subscription has just ended and Netflix want £7.49 from. I have discovered that they offer a basic SD version for £5.99 and wondered exactly what BT offer.



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@stuartrogerson The HD option is available on the two or four screen plans that cost £7.49 for the two screens or £8.99 for the four screens.  Check out this link for more info on what you get on the different Netflix plans

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Im on the £7.49 Netflix package used to cost me £6.99 untill it went up in price a month or two ago.

I had Netflix before BT started offer it so just stayed with that. Plus as said the £5.99 package is just for one screen and SD only. I have over the last few years got used to watching programes and channels in HD whenever I can. Also my sister can also watch Netflix at her house just over a mile down the road from me.

I both of use also have the Netflix app on our IPad minis.

 

Darren

 

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Thank you both. I had been a subscriber to Netflix since it began and was on a legacy package of two screens and HD @£5.99 

which was the only option available when it started.



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@stuartrogerson I had the original subscription too and got an email last week telling me they were increasing the price to match what new members have been paying since 2014.  Smiley Sad

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Yes me too, decided to cancel rather than continue.



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Yes it was only a limited time offer. All I will do now is use for a month cancel then resubsribe
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Yes price is going up or in my case has gone up but its still a cheaper service than some of the others out there.

Netflix and having BT TV is a far cheaper option than having say one of the two lower Sky TV packages.

Even if BT TV may offer less channels.

I have always found Netflix to be good value for money for what it offers and Netflix will keep on improving to keep  trying to take on others.

 

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Hi - Netflix prince increase isn't that much. I too have just been changed from the original subscription of £5.99 (included HD) to £7.49 but as you say this is still sooo much cheaper than other providers. I ditched Sky earlier this year to switch to BT UHD and am very happy. For a few quid more it's rude not to

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