Um, you'll find that in every movie released today in the movie theater. It's been going on for decades. Nothing to see here, move along....Netflix is ad free? Never would have guessed it with all of the product placement for Coke and a lesser extent for Burger King in Stranger Things 3. Better then real commercials, but when it's forced, its too much. Like Subway and Chuck.
Pepsico must not have paid anywhere near as much as their competitor, all they had were a couple of soda fountains at the Starcourt and Hopper eating Tostito's in the opening scene.
Um, you'll find that in every movie released today in the movie theater. It's been going on for decades. Nothing to see here, move along....
Again, it's too much! Not a hard concept to get.
I don't care how long it's been going on, I felt like I was watching a 7 hour commercial for Coke. A casual mention here and there or an item in the background is one thing, forced product placement in scene after scene after scene is just annoying.
Had I known, I might night have.
Anyhow, now that T-Mobile is passing the latest price increase on to 'Netflix on Us' subscribers, I am canceling. Netflix is in no way worth $2 to keep it. Traditional satellite and cable are superior anyway.
Disagree! The only remaining benefit is the DVR and I wonder about that too with so much on demand content in the cloud you can watch anytime anywhere. I recently discovered having Showtime service on IPTV gets me hundreds times more selection than what the Showtime on Dish Network offers. Not all content in IPTV is $$ either. I have 20 networks of programs on demand to choose from that are free. As soon as I can find a DVR of IPTV that tunes my local TV channels and DVR's them the dish comes down and I save $100 a month. It also has to do 4K HDR too.Traditional satellite and cable are superior anyway.
A DISH subscription to Showtime gives you access to most all of Showtime's OTT content and I expect that the business model will go more and more in that direction. HBO Go .vs. HBO Now has always been confusing but in the end, you get the same programming either way -- it comes down to when you can get it and how.I recently discovered having Showtime service on IPTV gets me hundreds times more selection than what the Showtime on Dish Network offers.
Let’s keep in mind that this was a study. Netflix has not said they were going to do it at all. The results of the study said that 23% would drop their subscription unless the monthly cost dropped. So, let’s say they decide to do just that. They add the third tier with ads at a greatly reduced price. More options isn’t a bad thing.