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The average American household now pays more than $103 per month for cable TV. Considering it’s riddled with ads, packed with channels you’ll never watch, and offers a thoroughly unsatisfactory customer experience, it’s little wonder more people than ever are deciding to cut the cord.
If you’ve made the leap, one of the first services you should sign up for is Netflix. Of course, even if you’ve kept cable so you can watch live sports and international 24/7 news channels, Netflix is still worthwhile for its supply of original programming, TV classics, and great movies.
But how much is Netflix? What plans are available? Here’s a look at how much money Netflix could cost you each month.
How Much Is Netflix per Month?
Netflix offers three different plans. Each has different features and a different cost. All three plans provide unlimited viewing on TVs, computers, and mobile devices, and they can all be canceled at any time.
- Basic, $7.99 per month: The basic plan does not offer HD viewing and can only be watched on one screen at a time.
- Standard, $10.99 per month: Standard introduces HD videos and allows for two simultaneous viewings.
- Premium, $13.99 per month: The top tier plan supports four screens at the same time and is the only plan to offer 4K footage.
Note: Plans and prices vary around the world. Check your local Netflix website if you live outside the United States.
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