Netflix is doing well, but it’s always looking for ways to increase its subscribers, and a handy option is to lower the tariff plan or offer a new subscription. It’s millions of users use smart TV service on PCs as well as on phones. For those who call Netflix, especially on mobile phones, then those in the leadership have good news: it launches the smartphone subscription.
Journalists at The Star newspaper in Malaysia have revealed that Netflix offers customers in the region a phone subscription that is cheaper than the standard subscription. The cost of such a subscription is four dollars a month, and the premium plan, which offers ultra HD content on four devices, costs around $ 12 in the region.
It seems that this is now only available in Asia, but this type of subscription could be extended to other markets as well.
Those who choose such a subscription will only be able to watch content in HD format, but it should not be such a big problem because the difference between HD and full HD on a small screen is not so noticeable. This could be a compromise that ordinary users can track on smartphone content could do.
The idea behind such a subscription is to attract more customers, and the low price could be a way for more people to subscribe to the streaming service. According to recent information, following Netflix key interviews, the streaming service could also launch monthly packages at lower prices than they already do. This would happen in markets like India & China where the average income is lower.