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Re: Netflix - Now in the Philippines!
« Reply #180 on: Jan 18, 2019 at 06:51 AM »
From Yugatech.com

Netflix won’t increase subscription fees in the Philippines

Netflix recently announced that it will raise their monthly subscription fees. It’s good for the business as Netflix will have more funds to produce and acquire better content, but a bit of a downer for price-sensitive subscribers. Fortunately, subscribers in the Philippines won’t be affected.

According to Netflix Philippines’ PR team, as communicated to Cosmo.ph, the price increase only applies to the U.S. and select markets.

“The price increase only applies to U.S. and select markets in Latin America and the Caribbean. It’s not applicable to the Asia Pacific markets, including the Philippines.”

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Re: Netflix - Now in the Philippines!
« Reply #181 on: Jun 22, 2019 at 12:23 PM »
Meron palang expiration yung mga movies andntv content sa Netflix. Yung ibang kdrama na pinapanuod ko like Let's Eat nawala na eh.
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Re: Netflix - Now in the Philippines!
« Reply #183 on: Jul 10, 2019 at 01:20 PM »
I initially subscribed to Netflix because of those Marvel series like Daredevil, Luke Cage etc and was very disappointed that Marvel/Disney pulled out these show on Netflix to prepare to launch their own Streaming service.

Firstly, I don't see these Marvel series to be the same again on a Disney platform. These gritty almost R rated Marvel shows would be trimmed down to accomodate a more 'Disney" like rating bearing the Disney name. So I'm definitely out if this Marvel show if it happen.

Secondly, I already fell in love with my Netflix. Those shows that were mentioned in the article like The Office and Friends were my once favorite and have watched that a thousand times already in my movie library files. The Netflix inclusion is just a bonus but not a must form me. I am more into the Korean, Japanese. Asian, Tagalog, UK, European, Documentaries, etc genre content on Netflix more than those sub par (IMHO) US tv shows or movies. Besides, those blockbuster movies (Avengers, Star Wars) I already watched in a THX movie house and/or have downloaded a DD/5.1/Atmos version already.

So I do not see myself subscribing nor switching to another streaming platform like Disney.  One streaming platform - NETFLIX is enough for me. The rest I will just go back to the old reliable T downloading.

The article is like a Disney press release. They are like saying that a lot of Netflix subscribers would swift to Disney +. I don't see this happening. Majority of people won't be subscribing to more than 1 or 2 streaming services. Actually it would be a challenge for Disney  (and the other upcoming streaming platform) to even reach half of Netflix' numbers and content.

 


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Re: Netflix - Now in the Philippines!
« Reply #184 on: Jul 10, 2019 at 02:10 PM »
Netflix plus You Tube plus downloads are more than enough to satisfy one's visual craving.

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Re: Netflix - Now in the Philippines!
« Reply #185 on: Jul 10, 2019 at 11:53 PM »
Yeah. The segregation of movies and series to a specific service is really annoying. Ako, Ok nako sa Iflix, Youtube, TV box and downloads. at least yung Iflix free sa PLDT hehe...
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Re: Netflix - Now in the Philippines!
« Reply #186 on: Jul 11, 2019 at 03:06 AM »
May expiry ba yung iFLIX sa PLDT ?

Yeah. The segregation of movies and series to a specific service is really annoying. Ako, Ok nako sa Iflix, Youtube, TV box and downloads. at least yung Iflix free sa PLDT hehe...
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Re: Netflix - Now in the Philippines!
« Reply #187 on: Jul 11, 2019 at 04:37 AM »
Honestly, I don't know. Ang alam ko nga meron dapat expiry. But when I checked it, VIP pa rin ako sa iFlix and I still have access to all their library. I've been a PLDT subscriber for 3 years now.
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Re: Netflix - Now in the Philippines!
« Reply #188 on: Jul 11, 2019 at 02:29 PM »
kami netflix at hooq ang subscription + downloads., hooq mainly because of tagalog movies/shows. so far ok pa naman.

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Re: Netflix - Now in the Philippines!
« Reply #189 on: Jul 11, 2019 at 03:16 PM »
Malamang globe fiber subscriber ka noh 😀?

kami netflix at hooq ang subscription + downloads., hooq mainly because of tagalog movies/shows. so far ok pa naman.
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Re: Netflix - Now in the Philippines!
« Reply #190 on: Jul 12, 2019 at 01:40 PM »
What is a good supplement video steaming services after netflix?

Hooq
Amazon prime
Fox +
Iflix
Iwantv
Disneylife