Netflix subscribers will experience a price hike this weekend and some bills could go up by as much as £ 24 per year.
The popular streaming service confirmed its new pricing structure in an announcement last month.
The standard plan, which allows you to watch two screens in HD at the same time, increases from £ 8.99 per month to £ 9.99 per month.
The Premium plan, which allows users to watch in Ultra HD on four screens at once, increases from £ 11.99 per month to £ 13.99.
However, the basic plan that allows you to watch Netflix in standard definition on one device remains at £ 5.99 per month. reports Manchester Evening News.
Customers are advised that the date on which the price increase will take effect will depend on their billing cycle. However, the new subscription fees will change for all existing customers from February.
The streaming service claims to have already contacted the affected British users who will be notified one month before the new prices are introduced.
You should also get a notification within the app or on the Netflix website.
It’s coming as Disney + revealed that it would double its content with a new service, but at a price.
For UK subscribers, the monthly fee will rise from £ 5.99 to £ 7.99 when streaming service Star launches on February 23.
The entertainment brand has a plethora of adult-friendly shows and films, including hit TV shows like 24, Lost, How I Met Your Mother, The X-Files, Prison Break, and Desperate Housewives, as well as new original content.