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You no longer need to pay for a monthly subscription to get Netflix

You no longer need to pay for a monthly subscription to get Netflix

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Netflix has introduced pay-as-you-go gift cards that pay for access to its streaming service but without the need for a regular monthly subscription. Not only does this give gift givers the option to send friends and loved ones money towards the use of... >>

Netflix upgrades site for first time in 4 years: Here’s what you need to know

Netflix upgrades site for first time in 4 years: Here’s what you need to know

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If you've logged onto your Netflix account via a web browser anytime recently, you may have noticed a change. For the first time in four years Netflix has updated its website. That sounds like a long time to go without an update but if it ain't broke... >>

Which is the best movie streaming service in the UK? Netflix vs Amazon Prime vs Now TV and more

Which is the best movie streaming service in the UK? Netflix vs Amazon Prime vs Now TV and more

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Over the last few years, movie and TV show streaming services have become increasingly important to the way that we want to consume our content in the UK. As well as the big and obvious free platforms from the country's major broadcasters, such as BBC... >>

Netflix pushes stealthy price hike

Netflix pushes stealthy price hike

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Netflix has put up its prices in the UK, as detailed in an email sent to subscribers, including Pocket-lint. New subscribers will have to pay £7.49 a month for a subscription that allows users to watch HD content on the service on two screens at once... >>

Arrested Development is coming back to Netflix after three-year hiatus

Arrested Development is coming back to Netflix after three-year hiatus

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Arrested Development is getting a revival on Netflix... for the second time in three years. Arrested Development is an American comedy sitcom that focuses on the fictitious, wealthy, and highly dysfunctional Bluth family. It originally aired in 2003 on... >>

Why are we seeing ads on Netflix? Should we be worried?

Why are we seeing ads on Netflix? Should we be worried?

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Adverts on Netflix are starting to appear for more and more users. Initially trailers were run at the end of shows, now they're appearing before them also. Obviously people paying for the Netflix service have taken to the interwebs to explode with outrage.... >>

Yes, Netflix’s new Top Gear show really could be called House of Cars

Yes, Netflix’s new Top Gear show really could be called House of Cars

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After Jeremy Clarkson's much publicised violent spat, resulting in the BBC refusing to renew his Top Gear contract, there has been much speculation over what he and fellow presenters, Richard Hammond and James May, would do next. It seems like none of... >>

Marvel and Netflix five-show plan explained: Daredevil, Iron Fist, The Defenders and more

Marvel and Netflix five-show plan explained: Daredevil, Iron Fist, The Defenders and more

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Marvel has big plans and it looks like Netflix is going to remain its show-sharing partner to achieve them. Daredevil has already launched on Netflix with the first season getting a lot of critical acclaim. A second series is planned but there's plenty... >>

Netflix now has 60 million subscribers, added 4.9 million in first quarter

Netflix now has 60 million subscribers, added 4.9 million in first quarter

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Netflix just posted its first-quarter earnings for 2015 and revealed it now has a whopping 60 million subscribers worlwide. The company has experienced growth for the last several quarters, but the most recent spike brought it up to 41.4 million domestic... >>

Netflix taps Planet Earth creators to make Our Planet follow-up series, will be shot in 4K

Netflix taps Planet Earth creators to make Our Planet follow-up series, will be shot in 4K

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Netflix just announced a new series, but you can't watch it for another four years. The show, which is being developed in collaboration with Silverback Films and World Wildlife Fund, is titled Our Planet, and it's described as an "astonishing new eight... >>