Here comes another price hike for Netflix customers in the U.S.: The streaming giant is raising the price of the Standard two-stream HD plan, its most popular package, by about 8% — going from $12.99 per month to $13.99.
In addition, Netflix’s Premium tier (with four streams and including 4K Ultra HD content) is going up by $2, from $15.99 monthly to $17.99 for U.S. customers. The price of the company’s Basic plan (with a single non-HD stream) will remain at $8.99 monthly.
New U.S. subscribers who sign up for Netflix’s Standard or Premium plans as of Oct. 29 will pay the higher rates immediately. Current subscribers will see the new pricing over the next few months, according to a company rep.
Breaking: Netflix has raised the price of its standard plan to $13.99—and its premium plan to $17.99 https://t.co/Oig3YZhEyp
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) October 29, 2020