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Netflix has raised their priced in the UK and US

The price for a standard Netflix subscription is about to increase by 50p in the UK and $1 in the US

Netflix has raised their priced in the UK and US

Netflix has raised their priced in the UK and US

 
Netflix has confirmed that they will be raising their prices in both the UK and US, the first increase in price for two years. This will raise the price of Netflix's standard subscriptions by 50p and $1 in the UK and the US respectively to become £7.99 and $10.99. 

In the UK Netflix's basic subscription will remain at its current price of £5.99, though this subscription will not offer High-Definition (HD) content viewing. The UK's premium Netflix subscription plan will also be receiving a price increase of £1 per month to become £9.99, this option offers the ability for four users to stream simultaneously. 

This change in Netflix's pricing structure will affect new subscribers immediately, though existing Netflix users will be notified of the change 30 days in advance to allow them to cancel their subscription or change to a different subscription before the price change takes effect. 
 

Netflix has raised their priced in the UK and US

(This price increase comes shortly before the release of Stranger Things Season 2)

 

Back in July Netflix has stated that they have over 104 million subscribers globally, with company revenues increasing by 32% in Q2 2017 to become $2.8bn. 

  
You can join the discussion on Netflix' price increases on the OC3D Forums

 

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06-10-2017, 06:27:54

Greenback
Think I'd rather have a sub to Netflix or similar over paying for the crap BBCQuote

06-10-2017, 06:35:10

MacLeod
Still worth it and better than cable. I cut the cord back in 2013 and have never regretted it... Well maybe around football season but that's it.Quote

06-10-2017, 07:05:38

Warchild
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Originally Posted by MacLeod View Post
Still worth it and better than cable. I cut the cord back in 2013 and have never regretted it... Well maybe around football season but that's it.
same. I get premiere league for free via work incentive so im happy. My only gripe is the content library for Norway is awful compared to UK, we have about 40% of what you guys get, and even then its full of stupid bollywood crap...Quote

06-10-2017, 07:44:42

Chopper3
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Originally Posted by Greenback View Post
Think I'd rather have a sub to Netflix or similar over paying for the crap BBC
Yeah, the 'crap' BBC? the one that provides us with literally the best and most impartial TV news service on the world, 10 UK TV channels showing world-class Emmy-winning drama, comedy, sport, arts and kids programming in SD and HD, 10 award-winning national radio stations in AM/FM and DABs, 40 local radio stations, catch-up TV via iPlayer, the BBC News website - the most popular news website in the world, the Proms, the various BBC Symphony orchestras, all aspects of the UK's Eurovision entry and all Glastonbury coverage.

That BBC? The one that only costs *40 pence* a day for all that?

Yeah...'crap' compared to Netflix...

*nb. I work for one the BBC's competitors.Quote

06-10-2017, 08:14:37

AlienALX
Yeah whilst I hate being forced to pay for the beeb they do make some of the best TV in the world. My license is due end of Nov actually, I've asked my fam to pay for it as my Christmas present.

Other than that I have a £5.99 sub to Netflix. I most watch serial killer docus, stuff like that. That's one of the things my brain is good at, taking in info about subjects that interest me. If my brain was good all of the time that is what I would have done (been some sort of pysch or in forensics etc). Sadly my brain is pretty screwed, which is why I tend to watch things about people who are more screwed than me.

I also have Amazon Prime but my mother pays for that (for the shipping etc).

Does me. I watch dodgy footy streams when the mood takes me but I only go there for the banter with the guys I've known for a few years now.Quote
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