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Re: Dish Swings Blockbuster Wrecking Ball
Posted by RogDog on 2013-11-07 16:02:04
In reply to Peter Suciu
OK, So how come Netflix can survive? Perhaps it is because of better and faster service. Personally I do not care for internet accessing of movies. Not because of any downloading issues, but because the selections seems more limited than DVD by mail. BB has been slower on turnaround and their webpage is not as easy to use as Netflix, but these are easily remdedied. More likey, there is more profit in online services that actually deliver less than by-mail does, IMHO.
RogDog




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Re: Dish Swings Blockbuster Wrecking Ball  Peter Suciu  2013-11-07 15:44:07
Re: Dish Swings Blockbuster Wrecking Ball  RogDog  2013-11-07 16:02:04
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