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Netflix slashes prices in over 30 countries – Is India one of them?

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In more than 30 nations, Netflix has reduced the cost of its subscription plans. The major streaming service has lowered the cost in an effort to increase subscriber numbers. Egypt, Yemen, Jordan, Libya, Iran, Kenya, Croatia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Venezuela, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and the Philippines are just a few of the countries that have reduced the cost of the membership plans. Unfortunately, India is not yet on the list.

“The Basic tier of the existing SVoD will have the greatest percentage drop over a wide range of territories. These areas, which include the Middle East, North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), and Central and South America (CSA) (MENA), Discounts for the base tier will range from 20% to nearly 60% in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) and Asia Pacific (APAC), with the price reduction taking effect immediately for both new and current subscribers, according to an Ampere research study.

Netflix’s official Twitter account posted about the price cut in Malaysia. The company added, “From today, our Basic Plan in Malaysia is now RM28 per month for both new and existing subscribers.” Importantly, the plan’s monthly cost in the nation was RM35, or around 653 Indian rupees.

After testing the feature in Latin America, Netflix previously expanded password sharing in nations like Canada, New Zealand, Portugal, and Spain. Password sharing will no longer be allowed, however users can still move their profiles.

Individuals who have an account can now quickly move their profile to a new account that they pay for, maintaining their stored games, My List, tailored recommendations, and watching history.

The same household can still readily access a new TV, such as one in a hotel or vacation rental, or stream Netflix on their own devices. Additionally, for an additional CAD$7.99 per month per person in Canada, NZD$7.99 in New Zealand, Euro 3.99 in Portugal, and Euro 5.99 in Spain, users with a Standard or Premium plan can add an extra member sub account for up to two people they do not live with, each with a profile, personalised recommendations, login, and password.

Members in a household with a Netflix account can select from a variety of plans with various benefits (see chart below). As always, we’ll make these new services better based on user input so that we can keep enhancing Netflix in the years to come, the business stated in a blog post.

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Aaradhya is working as a Sub-Editor at The Vocal News. She enjoys writing about gadgets and automobiles because she is a tech and automotive fanatic. She has done her bachelors in Journalism and Mass communication from Makhanlal Chaturvedi Rashtriya Patrakarita Vishwavidyalaya. "I write to discover what I know."
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