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By-mail and streaming movie service Netflix is flying high theses days. Not long after announcing that its streaming service will be available on all three major video game consoles and striking a much buzzed-about deal with Warner, Netflix has announced that its fourth quarter 2009 profits were up 36% year-over-year. Total sales were up 24% to $445 million. The company also added over one million new subscribers and dropped its customer churn rate to 3.9%

Netflix anticipates reaching 13.8 million subscribers in the first quarter of this year, and is projecting earnings of 0-6 million, which is ahead of analysts’ predictions.
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The company also anticipates that through additional streaming deals with content providers, two-thirds of its customers will be using its streaming service by the middle of 2011.
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Netflix’s stock soared with the release of Q4’s numbers, and Amazon takeover rumors reached new heights.

Will Netflix continue to soar as it’s predicting, Insiders? With Movie Gallery and Blockbuster reeling, has the time come for Netflix and Redbox to deliver the knockout blow?

[via CNET]

5 Responses to “Netflix Added 1.1 Million Subscribers in Q4”

  1. Visitor [Join Now]
    The [visitor]

    As the consoles get cheaper along with those $99 HD video boxes getting more popular, and if netflix and others lower their prices, Redbox will be in trouble.

    Who wants to bother with paying for gas then getting a greasy fingerprinted, leftover food coated, snot covered, scratched DVD? Then have to take it out of a bacteria covered case and fumble around to put in a player that restricts FF past the stupid FBI/INTERPOL warnings and lame studio logos.

    When all you do it press a button, wait for it to buffer a bit and hit play.

    Yea, Redbox has a problem.

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      Rojas [visitor]

      A lot of people that rent from redbox don’t have a computer
      let alone one that has high speed internet connection.
      redbox is a better deal for them.

      i know about 5 people myself that don’t use computers.
      and they love to rent from Redbox.

  2. Member [Join Now]

    The problem with the streaming on Netflix is that 98% of the DVDs in my queue aren’t streaming titles…and i’m sure that i’m not the only Netflix subscriber that has this issue.

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    slidecage [visitor]

    and you need a major high speed connection for 30 to 50 per month to even watch these movies