NetflixA new Mobile+ plan is being tested in India, which will provide subscribers with a monthly streaming HD content option of 349 rupees.
- The new Mobile+ plan will allow subscribers to stream on only one device, which can be a phone, tablet or computer, and is actually better than
Netflix basic planAccording to reports, Android Pure is priced at Rs 499 per month.
The leading content streaming service Netflix is testing a new Mobile+ plan in India, which will provide subscribers with a monthly streaming HD content option of 349 rupees.
According to Android Pure reports, the new Mobile+ plan will allow subscribers to stream on only one device, which can be a phone, tablet or computer, which is actually cheaper than the basic Netflix plan of Rs 499 per month.
“We have launched a new mobile plan in India to make it easier for anyone with a smartphone to enjoy Netflix services. We want to know whether members like the more choices that this offer brings. If so, we It will only be launched for a long time, and the report quoted a company spokesperson.
The plan is currently only available for trial in some users, and based on the adoption rate, Netflix will decide whether it can permanently add the plan to the roster.
Netflix launched its first mobile-only plan in India earlier this year at a price of 199 rupees, and its content can be accessed through lower-resolution mobile devices.
Netflix also has two subscription plans for Indian users. The standard plan is priced at Rs 649 per month, it is equipped with HD streaming and supports two devices, while the expensive Rs 799 premium package enables users to watch 4K, HDR content and supports UHD streaming.
Last week, Netflix announced 22.49 million paying members in the Asia-Pacific region, a net increase of 2.66 million in the previous quarter.
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