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October 6, 2017

Netflix is getting more expensive in the UK

by John_A

Some Netflix subscriptions have just gotten a tad pricier in the UK, reflecting a similar hike announced over in the US. The most basic, £6 per month plan remains unaffected, but the price of the “Standard” tier, which adds HD streaming and the option of watching on two screens at once, has risen from £7.50 to £8 per month. The “Premium” option, which includes 4K content and lets you watch on four screens simultaneously, has also increased from £9 to £10 per month. New subscribers are being asked to pay these prices from today (after their free trial period, that is), while existing members will be formally notified later this month before the hike kicks in this November.

“From time to time, Netflix plans and pricing are adjusted as we add more exclusive TV shows and movies, introduce new product features and improve the overall Netflix experience to help members find something great to watch even faster,” the streaming service said.

Original productions cost money, after all, and it’s not a particularly hard price increase to swallow. The timing does make it feel a little like a Stranger Things 2 tax, though, given the awesome 80s-inspired sci-fi show returns to screens on October 27th.

Via: What Hi-Fi?

Source: Netflix

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