How much does it Cost to Watch Netflix Around the World

One really cannot remember not caring that the cable not being available as it was our basic necessity. It still is, for most of the section of the world. But some people have already selected its replacement. Netflix has become a top-tier entertainment provider and no one’s complaining. Netflix has most probably replaced cable television in many countries. The content available for streaming is really good and Netflix has also started doing its own movies and series.

A total of 190 countries use the phrase ‘Netflix and chill.’ Countries like China, Crimea, North Korea, and Syria cannot stream Netflix. But countries that do stream the content charge a fee in exchange for the quality entertainment. Scroll down to know how much does Netflix charge, based on your location.

How much does it Cost to Watch Netflix Around the World

The prices vary from region to region. It also depends on which plan you opt for. Netflix gives users to select one plan amongst the other two options and it is charged on a monthly basis. Just recently, Netflix introduced a very 4th pocket-friendly plan for Indian users. We’ll go through the costs and discuss the plans from country to country.

India: The recently introduced ₹199 plan is dubbed as a mobile-only plan, which means one can’t use this plan to stream Netflix on their laptops and TVs. Moreover, users can watch content only in standard quality. Users who opt for this plan can watch on only one screen at the same time. The ₹499 Basic plan unlocks a few more features but HD and Ultra-HD content evade anyone who opts for this plan. The ₹649 Standard plan is available in HD quality and users can watch the content on two different screens at the same time. There’s no Ultra-HD plan support for this plan. The ₹799 Premium plan unlocks all the features and users can take advantage of the 4K films and shows but only on their laptops or TVs; 4K content isn’t yet available for mobile yet.

US: The Standard tier (2 screens, HD resolution) is the most popular plan in the US. It costs $12.99 per month. The Basic non-HD plan (single screen, SD resolution) costs $8.99, while the Premium plan (4 screens, HD + Ultra HD) costs $15.99.

Canada: The Basic plan (single screen, SD resolution) in Canada starts at CA$9.99. The Standard plan (2 screens, HD resolution) costs CA$13.99 while the Premium Plan (4 screens, HD + Ultra HD) costs  CA$16.99.

UK: The Basic subscription (single screen, SD resolution) in the UK starts at £5.99 per month. The Standard subscription (2 screens, HD resolution) will cost users £8.99 while the for the Premium subscription (4 screens, HD + Ultra HD), users will have to fork out £11.99

Germany: Germans pay €7.99 for the Basic tier (single screen, SD resolution). Users will have to pay €11.99 for the Standard subscription (2 screens, HD resolution), while the Premium subscription (4 screens, HD + Ultra HD) costs €15.99.

Australia: Australians pay $9.99 for the Basic subscription (single screen, SD resolution). Users spend $13.99 for the Standard subscription (2 screens, HD resolution), while the Premium subscription (4 screens, HD + Ultra HD) costs $17.99.

Denmark: Danes have to pay DKK79 for the Basic subscription (single screen, SD resolution). Users spend DKK89 for the Standard subscription (2 screens, HD resolution), while the Premium subscription (4 screens, HD + Ultra HD) costs DKK119.

Norway: Norwegians have to pay NOK89 for the Basic subscription (single screen, SD resolution). Users spend NOK109 for the Standard subscription (2 screens, HD resolution), while the Premium subscription (4 screens, HD + Ultra HD) costs NOK139.

Switzerland: Swiss people have to pay 11.90 Swiss francs for the Basic subscription (single screen, SD resolution). Users spend 16.90 francs for the Standard subscription (2 screens, HD resolution), while the Premium subscription (4 screens, HD + Ultra HD) costs 21.90 francs.

New Zealand: New Zealanders have to pay NZD11.49 for the Basic subscription (single screen, SD resolution). Users spend NZD14.99 for the Standard subscription (2 screens, HD resolution), while the Premium subscription (4 screens, HD + Ultra HD) costs NZD18.49.

Singapore: Singaporeans pay SG$10.98 for the Basic subscription (single screen, SD resolution). Users spend SG$13.98 for the Standard subscription (2 screens, HD resolution), while the Premium subscription (4 screens, HD + Ultra HD) costs SG$16.98.

Conclusion:

This was our price summary for Netflix around the globe. The best way to get the Premium plan for cheap in any country is to share the cost equally with four friends, this way four users can get quality content for a cheaper price. So, what do you think of Netflix? Do you have an active subscription? Tell us your experience of watching content on Netflix in the comments below.


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