Latest Posts

Netflix’s DVD Service Closure With Style Unreturned Discs Comes Free As A Gift

- Advertisement -

Netflix’s DVD subscription service, DVD.com, is closing down in September. The notable announcement is that customers won’t be charged for any discs they still have after the service’s shutdown date of September 29th. Additionally, Netflix may send subscribers up to 10 extra DVD discs from their movie queues, effectively giving them a collection of movie discs.

To benefit from this offer, DVD.com customers must visit a special link on DVD.com by August 29th. Netflix will then send up to 10 random discs based on the movies in each subscriber’s queue.

This move marks the end of an era for Netflix, as it phases out its DVD shipping service, which was its original business model before transitioning into a streaming giant. The last round of DVD shipments is scheduled for September 29th.

- Advertisement -

In case subscribers receive a DVD they don’t wish to keep, Netflix has stated that it will accept returns until October 27th. This provides a grace period for subscribers to send back any unwanted discs.

Please read our writer’s best pick for you.

NETFLIX HAS STARTED TESTING CLOUD GAMING FINALLY IN CANADA AND UK – SOME IMPORTANT INSIGHTS.

- Advertisement -

WANT TO LISTEN PODCASTS? SPOTIFY COLLABORATION WITH PATREON – HERE IS THE STORY

Latest Posts

Don't Miss