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    I like Netflix. Definitely do the free trail. If you don't love it, it's no money lost. Stan and presto also do free trails.

    Yes there is both old and new. Aussie and overseas shows.

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    So do you watch it on a pc or do you have a device to ****** it to your tv set?

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    It's pretty good, and $10 per month, bargain!!! Can't even download one movie off iTunes for that price.

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    Thanks all. I didn't realise they had a free trial, so will give it a go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    Thanks all. I didn't realise they had a free trial, so will give it a go!
    There's a Netflix thread with movie and show recommendations, if you want to find it

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    I do, but DH loves movies. Netflix definitely does have some awesome documentaries though, and I like that I can restrict the kids content as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BornToBe View Post
    So do you watch it on a pc or do you have a device to ****** it to your tv set?
    We have a Google cast that can be used for YouTube, the local TV stations, the big 3 and any other website. Plus screening my phone pad onto the tv.

    We have a Telstra box which I prefer for the big 3 (Netflix. Stan. Presto) and the local stations abc. 7. 9. 10. Sbs etc
    The set up is easier and it seems to use less net. So we stitch between the two on the TV menu.

    Than we have multiple pads, multiple computers and phones connected too.

    Dd1 also uses my accounts even though we don't live in the same state.

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    We have Apple TV so easy

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    We've got it and for 8.99 a month you can't go wrong. I'm half way through orange is the new black season 4 already and half way through season 2 of bloodline. We also have Foxtel but I haven't watched that in prob 6 months

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soon2be4 View Post
    We have Apple TV so easy
    We have one of the new ones too - bought it cheap off buy and sell but haven't been able to use it as we have had to DL as have been on satellite which is sooooooooo slow so you can't ******. But now we can, so we should start doing the right thing!!


 

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