Netflix Announces Ad-Free Subscription Price Hike Following End of Actors Strike

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These days Netflix is working very strictly on their platform firstly they limit the user access per account and get some losses and gain some profit. Now they have decided to raise their ad-free subscription plans also. Netflix has decided to raise the ad-free subscription a few months before the end of the Hollywood actor’s strike.

While it is not yet clear whether the subscription prices will increase in Canada and the United States and how much they are going to charge it is still not clear yet.

The last time Netflix adjusted its prices was in 2022. The Basic plan cost $9.99 per month the Standard plan was priced at $15.49, and the Premium plan stood at $19.99 per month. But times have changed. Netflix has now retired its Basic plan and they have introduced a Standard plan with ads for just $6.99 per month. This price might feel a bit steep considering we now have to watch ads with the basic package.

The days of sharing your Netflix with friends and family, regardless of their location, are gone Now as Netflix has seen you are using the same account by multiple users and they have restricted bad news for college students Lol. If users wish to share a plan, they now have to be in the same location, or else they’ll need to shell out extra for another member slot.

And it’s not just Netflix. Several other streaming platforms are bumping up their prices this year. For instance, soon you’ll be paying $13.99 per month for ad-free Disney+ and $17.99 per month for ad-free Hulu, thanks to the imminent price hikes. As of now, we’re still awaiting specifics on when Netflix will implement its new pricing.

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