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Netflix takes data on fictitious date

I wonder about a halfGb use of data by NETFLIX on the 119th! of November 2017.

 

I'm almost sure that I have never watched a movie on Netflix, certainly not on the 119th Nov.

 

And I wonder if I must just accept anything they want to do with my money...

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Re: Netflix takes data on fictitious date

Are you sure you didn't watch this?

 

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Peter Gillespie

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Re: Netflix takes data on fictitious date

Netflix doesn't stock that movie.

 

Is there any chance of you putting up a screenshot, so we can enjoy this phenomena?

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Re: Netflix takes data on fictitious date

Maybe its some canny marketing ploy? 

 

119 Nov 2017 = 28 Feb 2018

 

What scares us most these days? In two weeks, stay tuned for a Netflix Original where a gang of disallusioned super geeks start syphoning peoples monthly usage allowance 1Gb at a time. Day 119 is predicted to be the tipping point (where people will no longer have enough to watch Netflix in HD). In other news, Optus becomes the worlds first trillion dollar company as excess data fees propel its stocks into the stratesphere. 

 

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Peter Gillespie

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Re: Netflix takes data on fictitious date

@petergdownload, ^^^^^LOL.

 

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Re: Netflix takes data on fictitious date

Peter, thanks for getting back, I believe I have some shots of this stuff (including the non-terrestrial date format). Still clumsy, me, in this site(s),  but shall return, and no, have never seen that 119, but damn good question!.

 

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