Netflix is as essential as food these days, to some. The streaming service has amassed a multitude of users already in the US and around the world. But how much does Netflix cost? In this article, we are going to cover all the Netflix pricing plans. You should be updated on Netflix’s prices, especially after recent price hikes in the US.
Netflix prices start as low as $7.99 per month. The platform has three different pricing plans based on tiers. There are three tiers available; Basic, Standard, and Premium. Let’s go through each and the respective subscription cost. Furthermore, Netflix also has a dedicated DVD-only plan.
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The basic Plan goes for $8.99 per month in the US and £5.99 in the UK. The basic plan retains its previous prices.
In it you get the following features;
- One concurrent stream
- Watching across Laptop, TV, phone, and tablet
- Unlimited movies and TV shows
Netflix’s Standard Plan now goes for $14 per month after a $1 increase in the US. In the UK, the same plan goes for £9.99 — up from £8.99 . Under the Standard Plan, you can stream movies and TV shows in HD on two screens simultaneously.
Netflix Premium plan was previously priced at $16 a month and £11.99 in the US and UK respectively. But after the recent price changes, the plan now cost £13.99 and $18 a month, in the UK and US, respectively.
Netflix’s Premium plan offers all the goodies available on the platform. With it, you can watch on up to 4 different screens simultaneously and in UltraHD. If you have a 4K TV and a solid internet connection, this is the Plan you should go for. But you should be aware of all you need to stream Netflix in 4K.
Check out: How to stream Netflix in 4K or Ultra HD
Different from the rest of the world, Netflix also has unique plans for India. The company introduced a mobile-only plan that costs around Rs 199 ($2.80) per month. It is a mobile-only plan and supports one concurrent stream, and consumes all the Standard Definition (SD) resolution content. As such you may want to check how Netflix goes for in your particular country if you’re outside the UK and US.
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