Yahoo! News reports: "under a popular plan that charges $16.99 per month to rent up to three DVDs at a time, Netflix customers could watch as many as 17 hours of entertainment each month on the streaming service, dubbed 'Watch Instantly.' ... With Monday's change, virtually all Netflix subscribers will be able to stream as many movies and TV shows as they want from a library containing more than 6,000 titles. There will be no additional charge for the unlimited access."
The online movie rental wars are getting heated between Apple and Netflix, and there is no clear winner in site. There have already been a few causalities, such as Walmart (and maybe a few others pretty soon [just a guess]).