Netflix, our best friend and loyal compatriot, who has been nothing but giving and loving, is available worldwide except in locations like China, North Korea, Syria and Crimea. With innumerable incredible films, including classics and Netflix Originals, and binge-worthy TV shows, the streaming platform has gained immense popularity over the years. However, the tag of capitalism and affordability brings in an important question: Is Netflix affordable? How much does it cost?
The costs vary from region to region, but the features remain the same. The three plans (Basic, Standard and Premium) have different features which make streaming convenient and quite affordable. With its other competitors like Hulu, Disney+, HBO and more providing tough competition, Netflix is changing its business plans accordingly. Quite affordable and easily accessible, Netflix is and will continue to be one of the most popular streaming platforms. You can change your plan or cancel your subscription whenever you want to.
Below, we have taken a look at the subscription plans and what makes Netflix different from the other streaming platforms.
Netflix US has three streaming plans on subscription. These include the Basic, Standard and Premium subscriptions. Let us take a look at the detailed breakdown:
Netflix UK has three different subscription plans as well. The United Kingdom increased its prices in May 2019. Here lies the detailed breakdown:
After a month of the free trial, the subscribers are automatically subscribed to the Basic subscription plan priced at £8.99 per month, which can be altered by the users from the account settings under the ‘Change Plan’ option.
Netflix launched pretty late in India, in 2016, and since then, has been one of the most popular streaming platforms in the country. The love and warmth they have received from the Indians have been returned twofold times by Netflix by the introduction of extremely affordable plans.
While we can download shows and films all over Netflix, the BluRay and DVD plans are available only in the United States, since 1998. This was Netflix’s debut feature before they expanded to the online streaming section in 2007. The detailed pricing plans are available on Netflix:
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