- In November, viewers in 12 countries will be able to use the new plan.
- Users will be unable to save videos for offline viewing and the highest resolution they can see is 720p.
The number of Netflix’s original subscribers has dropped significantly in recent years. The company has been brainstorming new methods of damage prevention ever since.
Strategies like banning password sharing and penalizing users who share accounts are used to increase revenue from a larger subscriber base.
Netflix has introduced a new ad-supported tier at $6.99 per month in an effort to attract new, more affordable subscribers. In November, viewers in 12 countries will be able to use the new plan.
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Netflix posted further details about its ad-supported plan today. Australians, Brazilians, Canadians, French, Germans, Italians, Japanese, Koreans, Mexicans, Spaniards, Brits, and Americans can use this feature. Starting November 3 at 9 am PT, Americans can subscribe. Company:
Simply said, Netflix’s Basic with Ads plan includes all the same great features as the paid plan but at a cheaper cost in exchange for a few commercial breaks. Signing up in November will be simple; just go to Netflix.com, enter your email, birthday, and gender, and you’ll be good to go. Marketers can reach a wide variety of people, including the growing number of young people who don’t watch linear TV, in a pristine environment with advertising that look great and load quickly thanks to Basic with Ads.
Initially, commercials will only be 15 or 30 seconds long. Netflix users will be subjected to these commercials both before and during their viewing sessions.
The typical viewer will experience four to five minutes of commercials every hour of material. However, not all content is available to Basic with Ads users.
Also, users will be unable to save videos for offline viewing and the highest resolution they can see is 720p. If you can’t live with these restrictions, you can always stick with a more expensive plan.