"Adult Netflix" Streaming Porn Online

Of course, you’ve heard of Netflix, the wonderful service that allows you to rent movies from a DVD catalog literally filled with thousands of titles; and, you’ve probably heard about their service that allows you to hit play on the remote and begin watching a movie immediately without waiting for the movie to actually download (called “streaming” or “video-on-demand”). However, there is no “Adult Netflix” streaming adult movies online–no company affiliated with Netflix anyway), but there are services that are very much like Netflix that deal in online adult entertainment.

The major companies competing in the online adult entertainment marketplace are SugarDVD, WantedList, and BushDVD–these companies were of the first crop of online adult movie renters to take note of Netflix’s success and institute a similar method of getting movies out to their customers.

As far as price and customer satisfaction the best reviews always come out of the SugarDVD crowd. Their service packages start out at around ten dollars and top-out around forty-three for their eight-at-a-time DVD package (which also comes with twenty free video-on-demand minutes). SugarDVD also has the longest period to try their service out for free out of the other online adult entertainment rental companies.

Also, all of these companies work very discreet in the way that they ship the DVDs. They’re packaged very similar to the way that Netflix packages their DVDs, and not even the mailman will know what DVDs you have rented through the service. The mailman probably will think your just getting movies from Netflix anyway and go on about his business.

One of the things people worry about other than discretion a lot is they’re afraid these online companies are going to sell their information out and start receiving junk mail in their mailbox like people get with their online email. With the larger companies this does not happen, they have a reputation to uphold, and a legit business to run. Smaller companies, it might would be a potential worry, but if you choose to go with a smaller company, just do your research.

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Post Author: Gurjinder Cheema

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