A video giant platform Netflix starts to crack down in four more countries. Netflix users will be unable to share passwords of their accounts anymore. And its starts Crackdown in Four More Countries.
Netflix has enacted its policy in Canada, New Zealand, Portugal, and Spain.
Before launching it globally, Netflix tested new policies on consumers outside the United States.
Moreover, Netflix tested the password-sharing trial in four countries in South America in 2022.
A company blog post said, Over the past years, we have been exploring different approaches to address this issue in Latin America. But now, we are ready to roll them out in the coming months, Starting today in Canada, New Zealand, Portugal, and Spain.
Netflix Starts Crackdown in Four More Countries
You will have to put Primary Location into your Netflix accounts. Then you can add two Sub Accounts for those who are not live in the household.
Having said that, You will have to pay an extra monthly fee per additional user (C$7.99) S$7.90 in Canada, (NZ$7.99) S$6.60 in New Zealand, (€3.99) S$5.70 in Portugal and €5.99 in Spain, said.
Approximately 100 million users are using netflix-Shared accounts.
After losing many subscribers in the first half of 2022,
Netfliix has gone through some issues with competitors to take seriousness on password sharing and launch an ad-supported plan.
According to the reports, this new policy will start immediately. The Manage access devices page will inform users who have accessed their accounts.
If the account gets several profiles, the user can transfer the surplus profile into new accounts, and that’s how they can save extra fees.
You can personalize the transferred accounts and view the history from the original accounts. Netflix said the new account page can be revisited and refined based on user experience.
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