It’s that time again: Netflix is raising prices for customers in the United States and Canada. The monthly price is set to increase by one or two rupees depending on your subscription level.
Reuters first Report That in the US, the standard plan would go from $ 13.99 monthly to 15.49; Netflix’s own help site Sure Changes, as well as a bump in premium levels from around $ 18 to $ 19.99 monthly.
The change was largely reflected in the North, where the standard plan was raised from 15.99 Canadian to 16.49. (Standard plans only cover the use of two screens simultaneously, while Premium allows for up to four, as well as Ultra HD image quality.)
If all this sounds familiar, because Netflix does it more or less every few years. One or two dollars was extra Tacked on Towards the end of 2020 The same It was true in January 2019, October 2017, October 2015, May 2014, You get the idea. You begin to forget that this service was expensive ড 8 a month A decade ago, although the company’s core content ambitions grew in parallel with prices, good or bad.
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