Thinking about trying Netflix

My daughter has asked if I could consider Netflix which (depending on the package chosen) lets up to 4 users watch at the same time ..

This seems a good deal

Does this mean 4 users in the same house or could she use it too, just logging into my account?

With 3 kids, two living on their own and one still at home, £9.99 split 4 ways would be decent.

Is it worth having netflix ?

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  • SandraX
    SandraX Posts: 840 Forumite
    We know of someone with this package and they were ble to log in at different addresses and the friends sibling though not paid for the package was able to watch at her place. They came to ours once and tried looking for a film but no one found one they like as we had all seen the films.

    I think I'm not clear so just looked this up on google

    https://www.google.com/search?q=netflix+can+you+view+at+another+address&rlz=1C1CHBD_en-GBGB824GB824&oq=netflix+can+you+view+at+another+address&aqs=chrome..69i57.18033j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
  • You should look through the Netflix content and see if it appeals to you and your family members. There's also Now TV to consider as well, I think there are cheap deals to be had on both Entertainment and Movie packages around. With Now TV the 4 devices can be anywhere...they are just linked to one account when first set up and that's it done.
  • pramsay13
    pramsay13 Posts: 1,922
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    Netflix does a free month so worth trying before you commit.
    It's great for our family but we only have young children.
  • have now tv & netflix. prefer netflix & would highly recommend it. cannot comment on multiple users/various households as only I use it at my house
  • keith1950
    keith1950 Posts: 2,597
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    I can confirm that up to four people can log in to your account at the same time from ANY address.
    Just make sure that you don't give the log in to too many people or you will find that when YOU want to watch something there's already four people using it .
  • keith1950 wrote: »
    I can confirm that up to four people can log in to your account at the same time from ANY address.
    Just make sure that you don't give the log in to too many people or you will find that when YOU want to watch something there's already four people using it .

    Easily sorted by the account holder changing the password on a laptop, thereby rendering all other viewings useless.
    "There are not enough superlatives in the English language to describe a 'Princess Coronation' locomotive in full cry. We shall never see their like again". O S Nock
  • WLM21
    WLM21 Posts: 1,481
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    Easily sorted by the account holder changing the password on a laptop, thereby rendering all other viewings useless.

    OP here

    that could be a good game .. when everybody is watching an important sports event or a new film .. i could change the password and wait for the angry calls

    OK ... give me a doughnut and I'll tell you the new password

    .. or transfer £1 to my acount .. etc

    HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO ALL :beer:
  • keith1950
    keith1950 Posts: 2,597
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    It's never been an issue with 4 possible viewings!
    If you give the log in details to three other households under the agreement that no more than one person per household will use it at a time.
  • WLM21 wrote: »
    OP here

    that could be a good game .. when everybody is watching an important sports event or a new film .. i could change the password and wait for the angry calls

    OK ... give me a doughnut and I'll tell you the new password

    .. or transfer £1 to my acount .. etc

    HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO ALL :beer:

    Or someone else changes the password and demands similar from you...

    And yes, I just checked, you change the password from within the account itself (I'd have thought an email would have been safer).
  • Or someone else changes the password and demands similar from you...

    And yes, I just checked, you change the password from within the account itself (I'd have thought an email would have been safer).

    True, but a 'forgotten my password' email will only go to the account holder, who can then change the password.
    "There are not enough superlatives in the English language to describe a 'Princess Coronation' locomotive in full cry. We shall never see their like again". O S Nock
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