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Netflix might expand mobile-only plan to more markets outside of India (Update: Indonesia)

Whereas Netflix is consistently elevating costs throughout its subscriptions internationally, it additionally debuted a less expensive $3/month plan for mobile-only customers in India again in July. The corporate appears to be caught without warning by the success of the brand new tier and is seeking to introduce comparable cheap choices to different low-income markets.

Throughout this yr’s incomes calls, Netflix chief product officer Gregory Peters stated the mobile-only plan is performing higher than anticipated, and that the corporate will have a look at increasing the tier to different locations “as a result of we predict there are different markets which has [sic] comparable circumstances that make it probably that that is going to achieve success for us there as properly.” The plan probably will not come to the US or some other Western markets, however customers in economies much like India would possibly quickly benefit from the cheaper service on their cellular gadgets.

Curiously, in line with Netflix’ shareholder letter, the Indian mobile-only plan solely accounts for “a really small share of our complete subscriber base,” so whereas the brand new tier did exceed the corporate’s expectations, it is nonetheless a comparatively small portion of its revenue.

Replace 1: 2019/10/23 11:48pm PDT by Rita El Khoury


The mobile-only plan is now reside in a brand new nation: Malaysia. It prices RM17 per 30 days, about half the worth of the Primary plan (RM33). Present customers can change at netflix.com/ChangePlan.

Replace 2: 2019/12/11 10:32am UTC by Rita El Khoury


The mobile-only plan has expanded to a brand new nation: Indonesia. It prices 49,000 Indonesian rupees, lower than half the Primary plan. New subscribers can join right here whereas present subscribers can change to it right here.

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