I was getting 720p resolution instant streams when my month free trial was going, but now that I'm an paying member I only get 480p in HD mode even when the connection bars are full. I just went to Hulu and it streamed 720p perfectly, and it also allowed me to manually select 720p and not change it to 480p when it's in 720p mode, unlike Amazon Prime.
Why is it doing this and why don't they allow users to select 720p to see how it will play? I hate it choosing for me. I get the same resolution in standard mode or HD mode. It's BS. I feel like they are ripping me off with bandwith now that I am paying and they no longer have to impress me. Something has to be up with this. It's very odd.
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