Netflix is rewarding it’s longtime customers.
Starting this month — some will see a 10-dollar-a-month charge for Netflix’s most popular plan. Depending on how long you’ve been a customer, you’ll see an increase of 1 to 2 dollars.
The longer you’ve been with Netflix — the more you’ll wait before your price options change.
Netflix is calling it — un-grandfathering. I can think of another word.
The company says you’ll receive an email before you owe more.
The new fee will hit home sometime this year.
Netflix also has a cheaper plan — but it comes with restrictions.
Such as — only one person on the account at one time — or streaming only in S-D.
If you don’t like the change — there are competing services.
As I told you a couple of weeks ago — Amazon will have a new streaming service for 8-99.
Not only is it one dollar cheaper than Netflix’s most popular plan, but the service will be a stand-alone. Meaning — you don’t have to sign up for Prime — Amazon’s free shipping membership.
Now matter which plan you pick or how you stream — a little competition between companies could mean more savings for you.