David Dos, Canadian Press
Thursday, November 29, 2018 9:23 EST
Toronto – Other price increases for Netflix Canada subscribers are among the most competitive competitive streaming video services.
Narcos and Orange is New Black are lagging behind and boost the maximum price for new customers and current members.
Netflix standard plan simultaneously consists of $ 3 or $ 13.99 per month for viewing content on both screens.
The main plan – does not offer high definition video and allows one stream – up to $ 9.99 per month.
Premium plan subscribers pay $ 4.99 per month or $ 16.99 a month – up to four-jet and pay for an ultra high-resolution 4K video.
According to Netflix, high prices will be effective immediately for new subscribers, and will inform current users via e-mail before the bills will be opened next week.
Over the last few years, the company has upgraded its plans to nearly one dollar.
Netflix believes this step will help to fund TV series and movies, as well as general improvements to the Netflix platform.
And next year the company will compete, as the number of stream platforms in the Canadian market grows with an attractive offer.
Earlier this month, Bell Media offered a high level of Crave streaming, featuring its latest Hollywood movies and new HBO programs. Package called Craeva + costs $ 20 per month.
Next year, Disney jump into the market with its own streaming platform. Disney + is expected to feature movies and original episodes such as "Marvel Superhero show" based on Loki's characters, starring "Star Wars: Rogue One" and "Thor" and "The Avengers".
Other platforms include the CBS All Access, "Tell Me A Story" and the "Strange Angel", which create a genuine library of classic movies, including a new service that works with the Criteria.