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NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Despite its recent deal with Walt Disney ( DIS), Netflix ( NFLX) will still be facing competition for subscribers, Jim Cramer told Debra Borchardt of TheStreet.com Wednesday.

"There's the Verizon ( VZ) option, there's the Comcast ( CMCSA) on-demand option, there's the Netflix option, there's the iTunes option" for people to watch movies on their computers and smartphones, Cramer pointed out.

While "Netflix is loved" by subscribers, including himself, as a stock it is "a battle of the shorts versus the longs" and Cramer said he'd rather not get involved.

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-- Written by Margo D. Beller in New York.

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