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TV screen says NETFLIX Start your free Month and then it says sign it. My controller won't let click on either one
Use the one that came with the TV not the cable box one. Is the internet available to it, either wi-fi or some units also support a cat 5 cable.
Posted on Dec 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Netflix automatically bills me every month from my checking account. I believe someone signed me up at least a year ago . I do not know who or what the account number is or how to use the service
Netflix is a VERY good service, you may really enjoy it! For help with your login name/password just visit Netflix Watch TV Shows Online Watch Movies Online or call Netflix at 1-866-579-7172
Posted on Jan 07, 2014
Yes you do. As long as you cancel the account before the end of the month you won't be charged. Otherwise they charge you on the same day every month. They don't warn you when your free time is up. You have to keep checking your 'account'. Most folks don't bother to cancel, so they get lots of new customers that way!
Posted on Sep 12, 2014
SOURCE: I signed up for Netflix yesterday for the 1month free tire land my daughter went on today and it says I must make a payment as my free tried is up , how could that be when I only started with Netflix
When you sign up for netflix, you have to give them your credit card information so they can bill you when your trial is up. You have the option to cancel your subscriptions before your trial is expired.
Posted on Oct 27, 2014
What is your internet speed? From my experience you need at least 2Mbps. Have you connected it via Ethernet cable?
Posted on Dec 07, 2014
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