Netflix is facing a wave of criticism after it restricted the option of sharing accounts. Now, subscribers must pay a little more for each extra user who uses their service outside of their home. The competition jumped at the opportunity and seized the moment to make fun of Netflix.
Amazon used Prime Video’s social media to criticize the service’s policy change. To do this, he recalled a message that Netflix published in March 2017 and that has aged very badly: “Love is sharing a password,” Netflix said at the time.
As if that were not enough, Amazon published an image showing the Prime Video interface with several profiles and a clear message: “Who is watching? Everyone who has our password.”
— Prime Video UK (@primevideouk) May 25, 2023
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Even Blockbuster joined the criticism against Netflix
To everyone’s surprise, Blockbuster also joined the wave of criticism against Netflix. To do this, he published a message on social networks that spread like wildfire and went viral. In it, he reproaches Netflix for its new policy and recalls that they had no problems if users borrowed the movies they rented.
“A friendly reminder of when they used to rent us movies. We didn’t care who you shared them with…as long as you returned them on time,” Blockbuster wrote.
As expected, the message did not go unnoticed by Twitter users, who criticized Netflix and stated that they will leave the service.
A friendly reminder that when you used to rent videos from us. We didn’t care who you shared it with… As long as you returned it on time. @netflix
— Blockbuster (@blockbuster) May 25, 2023
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