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    We've had Netflix (the US one) for the past year and we love it. The Australian Netflix has terrible content compared to the US one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Lost In The Fifties~ View Post
    We've had Netflix (the US one) for the past year and we love it. The Australian Netflix has terrible content compared to the US one!
    Yep, this! Netflix Aus is terrible compared to the US one. We also have Hulu, but I love US netflix 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
    What isp are you with that netflix doesnt count towards d/l limit?
    None, I'm getting it confused with Presto, lol. Now I'm trying to remember what my pro was with Netflix. Maybe just that you can watch with AppleTV. Hmm, I've confused myself.

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    Subbing.

    Does anyone know if Greys Anatomy is on any of them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    I have the free month of Stan. It's ok. I probably wouldn't pay for it on an ongoing basis. Once the month is up I'm going to get a free Netflix trial and then Presto. I'm already not impressed that Presto doesn't work with AppleTV, and leaning towards Netflix because of it not counting to DL limit.
    Good strategy

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    We've been using netflix and getting great use out of it. I guess it helps we've never seen any of netflix original stuff (House of cards etc). Also doesn't count towards our quota (iinet)

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    We have the free trial of netflix and stan atm. Netflix suits us more as we have iinet as our ISP. But both are pretty meh. Most of the stuff on there I'm not interested in. Although I watched Brides of Christ on Stan that was really nostalgic, love that series. I think given the free iinet usage we'll probably stay with netflix but I'm not really a fan.

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    We signed up to Netflix the content isn't great as stated. But we also have Apple TV which we love to bits. I will probably keep Netflix as long as I watch 2 movies a month it's worth it.

    Does everyone watch Netflix on their TV?
    I have it on my TV, phone and iPad...

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    Can someone explain is it the same as foxtel? does it have the same shows like kardashians etc lol and what about the kids shows x.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    Can someone explain is it the same as foxtel? does it have the same shows like kardashians etc lol and what about the kids shows x.
    No definitely not like foxtel.

    Basically its a database
    Of movies and tv shows and u can choose what to watch and ****** it through the internet to your tv

    But the selection of shows arent that great and quite outdated.

    Definitely no kardashians or mtv or anything like that. U can google whats available on netflix


 

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