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The company launched a cheap mobile - only subscription tier tailored to that market -- a plan it revealed last week. The 199 rupee (about ) option Last week, Netflix revealed that its international subscriber base grew by 2.83 million paid members to 91.46 million in the last quarter, which was less
Netflix is ready to take its lower-cost, mobile - only plan beyond India as it looks to expand the reach of its service in other international markets. The American on-demand video streaming giant launched a new price tier for users in Malaysia that would allow people in the nation to access the video service
While Netflix, the company sees an opportunity to secure new users by adapting its offerings to meet customers' differing needs. It has recently begun offering more affordable services in international markets, and now it has a new option available in Malaysia for a cheaper, mobile-only subscription to the streaming service.
The service costs just RM17 ($4) per month, and allows subscribers to watch all Netflix content ad-free in standard definition on a mobile device. The app can be installed on multiple devices, but the plan can only be used to watch on one smartphone or tablet at a time.
Spotify’s Premium Duo plan expands to 14 countries
Spotify is expanding the availability of Premium Duo, the company's two-person subscription plan aimed at couples and flatmates, to include 14 additional Latin American countries. Starting today, both new and existing Spotify subscribers in Argentina, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay can take advantage of the discounted subscription plan. In an attempt to cut down on account sharing, the plan offers a deep discount on two Premium accounts. For example, in Europe, where a single Premium account costs €9.99 per month, Premium Duo instead costs €12.49 per month.
As Netflix tries to grow subscriber numbers outside of the United States, TechCrunch reports today that the Right now, the test appears to be centered in Malaysia , but earlier in Like many companies, Netflix is always testing out new features and updates to its service, so it ' s unclear if mobile - only
Streaming giant Netflix is testing a mobile - only subscription in India that costs half of its basic plan. Thanks to cheap data plans, Indians increasingly consume streaming content on their mobile devices. Netflix launched a similar half-price mobile plan in Malaysia last November, and said at the
The mobile subscription option is an addition to the existing options of Basic, Standard and Premium subscriptions available in Malaysia. Netflix added the new tier because, according to its, 88 percent of Malaysians own a smartphone and 78 percent of users spend time streaming or downloading entertainment.
Netflix has been experimenting with cheaper subscriptions in international markets. Its mobile-only subscription first appeared, where it is now available for 199 rupees ($2.80) per month. With India's large population and areas of , many people rely on mobile data for their internet access so an affordable mobile-only plan makes sense there. A similar mobile-only Netflix service in also available in the Philippines, according to , where it costs PhP 190 ($3.70) per month.
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It’s the first global expansion of the appThe service seems to be exactly the same as it is in the US and Canada; while Apple does highlight major British publications such as The Times, FourFourTwo, and Empire and notable Australian publications such as The Australian, The Daily Telegraph, and Australian Geographic in its press materials, US and Canadian subscribers can already access those too.
Malaysian news outlet The Star reports that Netflix is now offering a new tier in the country -- a mobile - only plan priced at RM17 (). The tier limits users to watching shows on either a phone or a tablet and content is only available in SD. The next most expensive plan in the country is Netflix 's
The mobile - only trial cuts the price of Netflix in Malaysia by around 50 percent. Aside from offering cheaper options, Netflix is also doubling down on local content in Asia. Venmo announced today its plans to launch its first-ever credit card. The card is being issued partnership with Synchrony, already
In its recent, Netflix shared that it had added 6.77 million subscribers but that this was slightly lower than the 7 million hoped for. Having to fight back against competition from and , both of which are coming soon, the company announced it would be expanding its mobile-only plans to attract more international subscribers.
Netflix would prepare a subscription to 5 € ... only valid on smatphone
You find that Netflix is too expensive today? The platform too. Indeed, she would be preparing a brand new subscription just ... 5 €. However, there would obviously be a twist behind this offer: this subscription would work only on smartphone.A new offer for Netflix?
fears the future , Apple or Warner? It's possible. As the reveals, the streaming platform would have announced to the investors of the group to be putting in place a new option very interesting for the public in order to increase its number of subscribers and especially, not to lose any more, like this has been the case for the past few weeks in the US (130,000 fewer customers in the last quarter).
While Netflix spent the last few months atAn inevitable subscription tariffs - which logically slowed down its progress in the world, the site would consider this time a cheaper offer. In the program ? In addition to the current options, it's a 5 € subscription that would be in the boxes. The twist? It only concerns smartphones.
Yes, you read correctly, Netflix is about to deploy in the world an offer (already tested in several countries) allowing us to access the entire catalog live only from our phone. If the idea may seem odd (considering theof his films / series, pushing to view on smartphones seems to be counter-productive to appreciate the quality), it is nevertheless in the era of time.
And for good reason, all you have to do is take a ride on public transport, in the parks or even in the queues to realize that many people - the youngest in particular, consume more in addition to fiction (and YouTube videos) on their phone. Will this be enough to come to terms with subscribers? Will this change the way he produces his works? Answers in the coming months.
Netflix is testing new price plans with big discounts if you buy a year at a time .
Disney+ has been available for only a month and the streaming service is already is a huge success for Disney. Not only do you get access to plenty of new and old Disney shows, but the Disney+ subscription is actually cheaper than any of Disney's rivals. For $6.99, you get support for four simultaneous Disney+ streams that go up to 4K UHD quality, depending on the show. Netflix’s cheapest plan ($8.99) only supports streaming SD shows to a single device at a time. If you pay for a full year of Disney+ access, the monthly cost goes down to $5.83.