Netflix A Game Changer?

Netflix was created in 1997 by two enthusiastic entrepreneurs named Marc Randoplh and Reed Hastings

Started out as DVD rental company they used to sell Blue Ray Discs by 2017 they rented nearly a billion DVDs, but for Digital reasons they had to end the rental service in late 2023.Obviously, the demise of physical rental was part of Netflix’s long term strategy because Netflix means (flicks over the Internet) Dating back to the 1920s, “flick” is slang for film

About Netflix’s digital revolution

Netflix is among the best streaming services; It scores a 4.0, placing it second in our overall rating of the best on-demand streaming services. It’s earned this thanks to its large streaming library of both movies and TV shows, as well as its friendly pricing. No matter what your tastes are, you can find what you need on Netflix, from comedy, drama, to games and kid-friendly entertainment.

How does Netflix Work

The life of a movie and TV aficionado is kind of hard, if you think about it.  Say that there’s a blockbuster movie that you want to see.  Do you go see it in theatres as soon as it comes out?  That will cost you a pretty penny.  Do you wait until the movie has a physical release, and then buy it?  It’s still kind of expensive, there’s no telling if you’ll even watch the movie more than once, and the player (or disc) may stop working or become obsolete.

Netflix Features

  • Unlimited ad-free movies, TV shows, and mobile games.
  • Watch on 4 supported devices at a time.
  • Watch in Ultra HD.
  • Download on 6 supported devices at a time.
  • Option to add up to 2 extra members who don’t live with you.
  • Netflix spatial audio.

What’s Available on Netflix

Netflix also features an incredible amount of original standup comedy. You can stream specials from Dave Chappelle, along with Sarah SilvermanTracy Morgan, and Norm MacDonald, among dozens of other comedians. There’s no better service for standup comedy right now than Netflix.

Data requirement from Netflix

A lot, but that might not matter depending on your mobile and internet plans, and it’s easy enough to adjust. Here’s a breakdown of how much data Netflix uses:

  • Low: Basic video quality uses up to 0.3 GB of data per hour
  • Medium: Standard video quality uses up to 0.7 GB of data per hour
  • High: Best video quality uses up to 3 GB of data per hour for HD and 7 GB of data per hour for Ultra HD
  • Automatic: Quality determined by your connection
  • Unlimited: The highest quality possible for your device and the show or movie you’re watching, peaks at the same rate as High.

Netflix Pricing

Netflix’s cheapest plan is called Standard With Ads. It costs only $6.99 per month but has ads interspersed. However, this is the only difference with more expensive plans; you get full access to all content and can watch on up to two devices at the same time. All TV shows and films are also offered in full HD, though note that this plan does not support downloads.

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