Do you share your account? Netflix with someone who does not live with you? Pay attention, since the streaming platform has announced that will charge extra cost to all users who lend their account.
Through a statement, Netflix announced that it will charge an extra to all users who lend their account to people who do not live in the same house, it will be charged in the following weeks, so far it will only be applied in several Latin American countries.
He charged for lending the account Netflix It will be done in the countries of Chile, Peru and Costa Rica.
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In the bulletin, the streaming company mentioned that the creation of different profiles in the same account facilitates user access to customized content focused on each person’s preference, however, it has generated confusion in the limits.
One of Netflix’s arguments for charging extra is that sharing accounts with people who don’t live in the same household affects their ability to invest in new content.
What will be the extra charge for people who share their Netflix account?
- Chile: 2,380 Chilean pesos ($61.33 Mexican pesos).
- Costa Rica: 2.99 dollars ($61.65 Mexican pesos approx.).
- Peru: 7.9 Peruvian nuevos soles ($43.70 Mexican pesos).
It should be noted that the account owner will be able to add alternate accounts for two people who do not reside in the same household.
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Netflix has mentioned that it has taken these measures to understand the usefulness of the features for users, in order to improve the experience.