Netflix said today that it could be apply an additional payment For those who share their Netflix account with people outside their homes, this is a practice that is common with the streaming service.
According to Netflix, sharing accounts between households affects the ability for its members to “invest in great new TV and movies”, and so it allows users to share outside their homes by “paying a bit more”. Exploring ways to allow
A trial that begins in Chile, Costa Rica and Peru over the next few weeks will see these additional payments apply to people who give Netflix access to people they don’t live with. Netflix subscribers in these countries can add up to two additional members to their account for a monthly fee of 2,380 CLP in Chile, 2.99 USD in Costa Rica and 7.9 PEN in Peru. For reference, the cost of Netflix in Costa Rica ranges from $8.99 to $15.99 per month.
Netflix plans to give subscribers an option on the Basic, Standard and Premium plans to enable the people they share an account with to transfer profiles to a new, paid account or an additional member account. Sake, which suggests sharing a multi-household Netflix account. ending in.
According to Netflix, it will work in Peru, Chile and Costa Rica to “understand the usefulness of these two features” before making changes in other countries. Netflix has always included words in its terms and services that forbid account use in many households, but until now, the service has neglected sharing passwords.
Netflix is the only streaming service that charges based on the streaming quality. In the United States, Netflix charges $9.99 for a basic no-HD plan that allows streaming on a single device, $15.49 for a standard HD plan that allows two people to watch at the same time, And with Ultra it’s $19.99 for a premium plan. HD streaming and support for up to four viewers simultaneously.