Netflix announced Tuesday that it is sending an email to members who share platforms outside their home in the United States to let them know that the rules of the game have changed in managing subscriptions.
“One Netflix account is for home use. Everyone in that household can use Netflix anywhere (at home, on the go, on vacation) and take advantage of new features like Transfer Profiles and Manage Access and Devices .
With this new feature, members can transfer the profile of someone outside their household so that person can start a new membership that they pay for themselves. Or they can pay an additional fee of $7.99 per month per person outside their household using their account.
It is noted on the Netflix page that additional members can be added to their standard and premium plans without commercials.
Finally with this announcement, Netflix materializes on its warning it said a while ago about taking control of the management of its accounts and will be stricter with its policies on password sharing in an effort to increase revenue and numbers. . Members who were affected by increased competition, inflation and return to normalcy after the pandemic.
The cost of Netflix in the United States are:
Standard with ads, $6.99 per month, with two devices
Basic, $9.99 per month, with one device
Standard, $15.49 per month with the right to connect up to two devices
Premium, $19.99 per month with access to 4 devices
“We recognize that there are many options for our members to be entertained. That’s why we continue to invest heavily in a wide variety of new movies and TV shows, so whatever suits your interest, mood or language and with whom you’re watching, There’s always something satisfying to watch on Netflix,” he notes.