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Netflix's password-sharing crackdown remains to be coming to the US

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Netflix’s new password-sharing coverage is rolling out to much more territories this 12 months, together with the US.

Netflix has made many headlines with its plans to crack down on password sharing, however the rollout of those new insurance policies has been sluggish. Nevertheless, that doesn’t look to be the case eternally. In Netflix’s Q1 2023 shareholder report, the corporate introduced plans for a “broad rollout” of ‘paid sharing’ coming to the US in Q2 2023. Basically, this implies you’ll be paying extra to share your Netflix account by the tip of June within the US.

Nevertheless, it’s nonetheless unclear precisely what paid sharing will seem like within the US. In line with Netflix, “In Q1, we launched paid sharing in 4 nations and are happy with the outcomes” however the pricing for sharing your account has different between areas. So, it’s nonetheless up for debate as to how paid sharing will work within the US, however you’ll be able to actually count on to be paying extra to make use of your account unfold throughout a number of households.

When Netflix began testing out its paid sharing characteristic in different territories final 12 months, like in Argentina, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and the Dominican Republic, including additional households to your account different in worth however finally value lower than $3. It’s unlikely that the US may have the identical pricing as these territories, however the present hypothesis is that additional properties within the US will value someplace between $3 and $7.

Unsurprisingly, few are particularly excited by Netflix cracking down on sharing accounts, however nonetheless, this new coverage is coming whether or not you prefer it or not. For now, although, of us within the US nonetheless have just a few extra months to go earlier than they’ll begin having to pay extra to share a Netflix account.

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