Netflix has announced that it will ship out its last DVD on September 29, transitioning existing DVD subscribers to streaming-only subscriptions.
On Tuesday, Netflix announced that it would end its DVD subscription, which allowed users to rent DVDs via the mail system.
Founded on August 29, 1997, Netflix started as a mail-based rental system for DVDs. Users would receive a DVD in the mail, watch it, and then return the DVD via a prepaid envelope.
It wasn’t until a decade later, in 2007, that the company would introduce streaming media and video-on-demand.
Now, the company is ending its 25-year-long DVD subscription service. Netflix will ship out its final red envelope on September 29, and subscribers will have until October 27 to return any discs in their possession.