Yes, I got the notice that the current service (2 DVDs at once and unlimited streaming) is ending for me. I told them to forget streaming.
Mostly, this is because until a month ago, streaming was my favorite thing. Then two things happened. Netflix made some changes...and whatever they did totally screwed up streaming. The chosen movie would lock up time and time again and take as much time 'loading' to re-start as I spent watching it.
Calling Netflix got me told that was the fault of Comcast. And I believed that at first. But, oddly, streaming Amazon is no problem. Nor is streaming television directly from sites like ABC. Only Netflix locks up for me. My son solved this issue by putting a hard-line on his blue-ray player. I don't feel I should have to crawl under the house and rewire everything AND pay extra to stream movies.
So, if I decide I must stream film, it will likely be someone else getting the bucks for it....like Amazon, Hulu, or Greencine.
I am further frustrated that I cannot get real answers from Netflix either online at their site OR on the phone. I get sympathy and canned excuses. Too bad, because I had been pleased with Netflix till recently.