Blockbuster, Dish Network gang up on Netflix

      Dish Network and Blockbuster take a shot at reeling Netflix.

      SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The Blockbuster video store chain and new owner Dish Network are ganging up on Netflix with a less expensive way to watch Internet video and rent DVDs through the mail.

      Blockbuster and Dish are selling their package for $10 per month, the same price that Netflix offered until it made a change in its service that drove up its rates by as much as 60 percent.

      There's a major catch to Blockbuster's new Movie Pass: It's only available if you also subscribe to Dish Network's pay-TV service.

      The new offering comes at a particularly vulnerable time for Netflix, the largest U.S. video subscription service. Its 24 million U.S. customers are incensed about the higher prices and a recent decision to spin off DVD rentals into a new website called "Qwikster."