Netflix is Raising Prices on Two of Its Three Subscription Plans
The change could affect millions of Netflix’s 52 million U.S. members.
Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) announced it was raising prices on two of its three subscription plans last Thursday. The company’s standard streaming plan, which lets subscribers watch TV and movies on two screens and in high definition, is increasing by $1 a month to $10.99. Its premium plan, where subscribers can watch streaming video on four screens and in high definition or ultra high definition, will go up $2 a month to $13.99.
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