In addition to Reed Hastings’ joke that HBO CEO Richard Plepler’s HBO Go credential is “Netflix bitch,” the highlights of Netflix’s 4Q conference call on Wed included the company’s exploration of different pricing plans as its 4Q earnings of $0.79 a share beat Wall Street expectations of $0.65. Read on for more on its 4Q financials, what Netflix has been testing in the past year, its stance on net neutrality and more.

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Citing stronger-than-expected demand for AT&T U-verse with GigaPower, the telco plans to expand the all-fiber network.
 

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