Apparently banking on followers’ urge for food for an additional 1980s Hollywood nostalgia journey, Netflix has determined now’s the time for a worth bump.
With the “Stranger Issues” season 2 set to debut on Oct. 27, Netflix confirmed to Enterprise Insider Thursday that it is elevating the worth of its customary subscription plan from $9.99 to $10.99. Its 4K streaming plan can also be getting a rise to $13.99, up by $2 from $11.99. The associated fee for its entry-level $7.99 service stays the identical.
In a press release to Proinertech, a Netflix spokesperson described the timing of the pricing roll out as follows: “Beginning Oct. 19, members might be notified at the least 30 days prematurely, based mostly on billing cycle, on when they are going to see the worth change. Members might be notified with an e-mail and in addition see a notification inside the service. The worth change will roll out to members over the course of the subsequent a number of months.”
The final time Netflix elevated its US pricing was October 2015.