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The popular movie rental service, Netflix, is sending out a survey to some of its top customers asking about their interest in a possible app for the iPhone and even the iPad, according to 9 to 5 Mac.
Here's what those customers got:
"Imagine that Netflix offers its subscribers the ability to instantly watch movies & TV episodes on their iPhone. The selection availability to instantly watch includes some new releases, lots of classics and TV episodes. There are no advertisements or trailers, and movies start in as little as 30 seconds. You can fast-forward, rewind, and pause or watch again. The movies & TV episodes you instantly watch are included in your Netflix membership for no additional fee.
Whenever you want to instantly watch content on your iPhone, your iPhone must be connected to a Wi-Fi network (such as one you might have at home or at work, or in public places like coffee shops, book stores, hotels, airports, etc.)
If this functionality were available, how likely would you or someone in your household be to instantly watch movies & TV episodes on your iPhone via a Wi-Fi network?"
Netflix has previously sent out similar surveys for the PS3 and the Wii, leading most to believe the company isn't just pulling the wool over our eyes.
So if the above were true MaclLifers, would you be game for a Netflix app, even if AT&T doesn't allow it on 3G just yet? Feel free to leave comments below!
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