Netflix begins to raise its subscription rates starting with the United States



Netflix offers diverse and special content that makes it the first option for those interested in viewing the world’s entertainment content, but that content is based on the budget that Netflix puts to produce its own content or purchase content from other studios, which requires a constant rise in costs, making the network It was decided to raise the price of its contributions again beginning with the United States.


Netflix offers 3 subscription options, choosing one screen with plain clarity, two screens with high resolution (which is the most popular subscription), as well as a 4-monitor subscription. Subscriptions become at the price of $8.99, $12.99, and $15.99 instead of $7.99, $10.99, and $12.99 respectively.


This increase is 13% – 18% from previous prices, which is the highest increase since the start of the Content Broadcasting service about 12 years ago. “We are changing the prices of subscriptions from one time to the next because we are continuing to invest to provide distinctive online entertainment for the benefit of users and enrich their experience,” said the company.


Since prices have risen in the United States, most of the neighboring countries have been affected. The increase is expected to continue in the coming weeks to reach European countries, the Middle East, South and East Asia and other service areas.


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