Netflix announced a price increase today, which will make the standard and premium plans more expensive, while the price of the input package remains the same.
The limited-quality base plan by standard definition continues to be $ 8.99 a month, but the standard plan will now cost $ 13.99 (up from $ 12.99) and the premium plan now will cost $ 17.99 (up from $ 15.99).
The standard package lets everyone watch at 1080p quality and includes streaming on two screens, but those who want to watch 4K Netflix content or watch on up to four displays at once need to subscribe to the expensive premium plan most money.
Netflix previously raised the price in January 2019, increasing the cost of the standard tier from $ 10.99 to $ 12.99, and the cost of the premium from $ 13.99 to $ 15.99 la.
Follow CNBC. Customers will receive a 30-day warning before the price increases.
During the last Netflix earnings call, Netflix CEO Greg Peters said that if Netflix is bringing more value to users, there will be “an opportunity to come back from time to time” and ask members ” pay a little more “.