NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Netflix (NFLX - Get Report) is embarking on its biggest price hike yet this week, igniting an angry backlash of irate customers and canceled subscriptions. But even with this 60% bump in its most popular subscription plan, in some respects, members are now getting more bang for their buck.Tracking Netflix's once popular three-discs-out-at-a-time plan (see timeline above), TheStreet found membership prices actually declined 20% to $15.99 from $19.95 in 2000.
Why Netflix Prices Are Still Cheap
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