DVD rental and streaming company Netflix announced on Tuesday that it will increase its membership prices by as much as 60 percent.
There will no longer be $9.99 monthly unlimited DVD-rental and streaming combination plan. Instead,Netflix will now separate DVD and streaming services into two separate plans, each priced at $7.99. A combo plan will still be available for $15.98 a month.
There will also be a standalone DVD rental plan that lets the user check out two discs at a time for $11.99 per month. For $7.99, users check out one title at a time.
With closures in the last few years of Reston's Hollywood Video at Hunters Woods and and Fox Mill, Reston has no more video stores, surely leading thousands of Restonians to use Netflix.
Will you stick with Netflix despite the price increase? Rent movies from RedBox at See what the has for rent? Go to your cable's On Demand feature more often? Let your neighbors know what you are thinking - and if there are other video options to explore.