As per a report in Tutto Android, Netflix is planning to release the new Ultra tier priced at Euro 16.99 (roughly Rs. 1,400). Users would have to pay around $20 a more for a new Ultra plan to continue streaming on up to four.
According to some service users in Italy, promotional material they received says the Premium screen allowance of four would drop to two, but this has been disputed by other Italian Netflix account holders, who say the four-screen option will remain in Premium according to details they have seen. Depending on the browser used, the Ultra plan was priced at both €16.99 and €19.99 when the website was accessed in the country. The prices for Standard and Premium plans would not be increased, but losing screens equals a price hike if you share your Netflix login.
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Netflix confirmed to CNET it was testing the new tier, stating it is looking at different price points and features to understand how consumers value the service. Now it looks like the company is testing out a new "Ultra" package, which naturally costs more. That's €3 more than what's being offered to some Italian users.
So what do you get with the new high-end plan? In a move that would surely cause anger, some users noted that the Premium plan's number of screens had been reduced to just two. The ever-expanding company, which is now led by CEO Reed Hastings, has 125 million memberships in 190 countries.
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If you purchased a new television recently, there's a better-than-good chance that it is a 4K Ultra HD set, as those have become the norm, and not the exception. Currently, the company offers three different tiers, starting at $7.99 per month and maxing out at $13.99. The main difference between Premium and Ultra, according to Variety, is the availability of HDR, also known as high dynamic range, which "provides more vibrant color reproduction and higher contrast".
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