Netflix introduces two week rentals and lower prices

As the company enters its second year of existence, just announced a few new promotions and incentives, introducing two week rentals and lower prices, effective immediately.

· TWO WEEK RENTALS – From now until May 31, all rentals are effective for two full weeks. This guarantees all
customers will have at least two weekends to catch up on their
favorite DVDs. In addition, has lowered its extended
rental fees to $0.99 per week.

· LOWER PRICES – Every rental is now only $3.49. And
with the “Flix Value Pak” volume purchase program, two week
rentals can now be purchased for as little as $2.99 each.

· FREE RENTALS – All new customers receive the first
three rentals for free.

· MORE TITLES – continues to boast having the world’s
largest selection of DVD movies, and has always carried virtually
every DVD available. customers can now select from
more than 3,100 DVDs.

· FREE DVD RENTALS FOR A YEAR – Each week for the next six weeks will be giving away some of the hottest new home
theater equipment from a Panasonic Palm Theater to a Toshiba DVD
player and a new ReplayTV. The grand-prize winner will be awarded
a new Sony Flat Screen TV, a Sony 5-Disc DVD Carousel Changer
along with 100 free DVD rentals from

Since the company’s launch one year ago on April 14, 1998, has continued to pioneer the burgeoning e-rental marketplace and simplified the process of renting DVDs. To rent a DVD over the Internet, customers choose from any of’s 3,100 titles. All orders placed before 2 p.m. (PST) are shipped the same day and delivered to anywhere in the United States in two to three days. Customers keep their rentals for two weeks, then return their discs in the supplied pre-posted and pre-addressed return envelope.

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