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yeah, I wouldn't call it convenient, much less easy. Netflix is easy and convenient. Problem is that you have to wait for entire season to finish. Then there is also the content restrictions. If they can fix those issues, then piracy will die.
The difference being? Netflix set up the entire thing etc. then open it, type in the series you want and select/play it. Pretty much the same.
Rubbish. Its always about the money. Never trust the dude who says its not about the money
Convenience has a monetary value, so in that sense you are right. Basically I have decided it is not worth the effort and time for me to drive to a DVD store to rent something I want to see. In many cases they might not even have it and the SD quality is poor. The R(whatever) rental fee is a minor consideration.
Set up? That's done once.
And it's open on your TV all the time. Just speak the name of what you want to watch, and click play.
I also haven't purchased or rented dvds in ages, but I've had broadband for many years now (unlike most middle class south Africans). I only started using Netflix when it became available in SA and most people I know personally are the same. We often forget on this forum that our norm is not always representative of the greater middle class population.DVD? I haven't had a DVD player in over a decade. Why are we comparing pirating to DVD's.
Compare it to iTunes, Netflix, ShowMax