The recent change of Netflix in the policy of shared accounts in countries such as Spain, Portugal, Argentina, the Dominican Republic and many more, it has not come out unscathed and has stung its users, as they have made known on social networks, threatening a massive cancellation of subscriptions, which we have already seen become effective.
Netflix, logically, also echoed this storm that was looming on the horizon and counterattacked with an announcement: a huge price cut, although for now they will only be applied in a few Latin American countries.
As we already anticipated, Bolivia, Cuba, Panama, Nicaragua, Paraguay, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Guatemala and Ecuador are the countries that will benefit, first of all, from this reduction in Netflix prices.
However, for the good luck of a few, it seems that the streaming platform wants to continue expanding its sales horizons and prevent many others from unsubscribing. As reported by an Arab outlet, in Yemen, Iraq, Tunisia, Jordan, Palestine, Libya, Algeria, Lebanon, Iran, and Sudan, the streaming service’s basic plan will now cost $3.99 instead of $7.99, its standard plan $7.99. dollars instead of $9.99 and the premium plan will be reduced from $11.99 to $9.99.
On the other hand, because these are not the only countries that are going to benefit, in Egypt, the subscription plans are also going to experience a great reduction of up to 50%, as well as Morocco.
As explained in the medium, new subscribers are expected to see the reduced price after registering from February 21, while existing subscribers will see the update in the coming weeks and will take effect from the next billing cycle.
When will the reduction of up to 50% in Netflix prices arrive in Spain?
Now, and Spain? With this novelty that is now moving to the Middle East, it seems that our hopes that it will finally reach our country after discounts in South America are fading.
And it is that, at first, the possibility was assessed that, given that before applying its new measure with accounts shared, first he was testing in some of the Latin American, then moving to Spain and Portugal, It seemed that the turn was going to come to us almost immediately.
We thought that once again Latin America was being the vanguard of a new Netflix pricing strategy, but the platform streaming has decided to skip us on the list and prioritize other countries.