Netflix Confirms It’s Launching Mobile-Only Plans

It was reported earlier this year that Netflix was testing a mobile-only plan in some international locations.

The plan could be cheaper, costing solely $4, the one limitation being that subscribers could stream Netflix on their mobile devices only. Because it was a take a look at, the choice was accessible to pick users in just a few international locations. Netflix has now confirmed that it’s going to correctly launch mobile-only plans.

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Netflix confirmed that India will likely be one of the first markets the place it launches a mobile-only plan. The cheaper choice shall be lighter on the pocket so long as subscribers don’t mind being confined to their mobile device for streaming.

The company confirmed this in a letter to investors this afternoon. It says that the mobile-only plan “will be an effective way to introduce a larger number of people in India to Netflix and to further expand our business in a market where Pay TV ARPU (average income per user) is low (below $5).”

What’s not recognized at this time limit is what Netflix considers to be a mobile system. Someone with an iPad Pro probably won’t mind having a mobile-only subscription since the screen is an effective sufficient size to get pleasure from {content}. Will this Netflix subscription be strictly limited to smartphones? We’ll get to know when this plan launches in India later this year.

Charles Anderson Jnr.
Charles Anderson Jnr is an Associate at FreeNaija. A Creative Writer, Computer Scientist, Entrepreneur, Manager & Social Media Strategist.

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