The price increase on Netflix was a hot topic recently Recently, the U.S. market announced another rate increas So today, we compared Netflix prices, how long we’re going to raise our plans, and US and domestic prices. In November last year, Netflix made its first impression in Korea Global media predicting that such a rate hike will not end in a short period. It’s different from India’s lowering of the fare, but India seems to be the only exception. India’s share is only 7%, so the price policy seems to change depending on the share and competitiveness of each country.
업무용폰 The biggest reason for this increase in Netflix’s plan is that to attract more subscribers to competitive OTT services at a time when the growth limit is reached, Netflix has to expand the proportion of original content, and to that end, Netflix is pouring astronomical costs. There are many successful contents that we are familiar with, but the pressure to raise the rate is natural in that there are many contents that disappear quietly. It is known that the actual cost expected by market device companies is about 275 trillion won.
What is the price difference between the US and Korean Netflix plans? 업무폰
So what is the difference between the two countries, the United States, Japan, and Korea? Netflix is raising rates almost every year in the United States, including the United States and Canada. The U.S. and Canada are also divided into three plans, the same as in Korea, and they are divided into similar policies and master numbers that can be accessed at the same time. 업무용핸드폰
a U.S. plan
- Beige: $9.99 (approximately KRW 12,000)
- Standard: $15.49 (approximately KRW 18,500)
- Premium: $19.99 (approximately 24,000 won)
a domestic rate system
- Beige: KRW 9,500
- Standard: 13,500 won
- Premium: KRW 17,000