I want to try Netflix since I hear it just came out on Puerto Rico but I got an easy question. Does it end at the trial or do I have to call and cancel it? My english is really bad so I don't want to be forced to make a call and argued with somebody while he is gonna have a hard time understanding me.
As far as I remember when I signed up, you have to cancel it. Now, I didn't actually end up canceling it, since I decided I still wanted it, so I couldn't tell you if you actually have to call somebody or can just do it on the website.
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THE gamefreak 212 posted... As far as I remember when I signed up, you have to cancel it. Now, I didn't actually end up canceling it, since I decided I still wanted it, so I couldn't tell you if you actually have to call somebody or can just do it on the website.
Aww man, I don't want to had to cancel it. That brings me terrible memories of using one of those AOL CD's.
Hey 'Claw. I can say this: If you have cable and try Netflix and have any experience with getting movies by any means necessary, Netflix will show you that cable is pretty much worthless and a waste of money at this point.
I don't know about Puerto Rico, but cable is about $70 bucks a month here. Netflix is $10. $20 if you want to add Hulu (though you really don't need to). Savings of 50-60 bucks = cable is gonna be going to the wayside in the not-to-distant-future.
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