David Friend, The Canadian Press
Wednesday, November 29, 2018 9:23 AM EST
TORONTO – Netflix Canada subscribers are on the way to another price when the competition is getting hotter between the major video streaming services.
The company behind the "Narcos" and "Orange New Black" still has a new subscriber and the highest price increase for current partners.
The standard Netflix plan now costs $ 3 more – or $ 13.99 per month – to view content on both screens at the same time.
The basic plan – which offers no high definition video and accepts only one stream – the dollar price rises to $ 9.99 per month.
Subscriber Premium plans have to pay $ 3 more – or $ 16.99 per month – streaming four streams and 4K streaming video for 4 streams.
Netflix issues higher prices with new subscribers immediately, existing users will be notified by email in the coming weeks before the bills increase.
Approximately one and a half year ago, according to the dollar, the company's plans increased the most prices.
Netflix will finance movies and movies that come with motion, as well as general improvements to the Netflix platform.
But the company also has an intense competition next year, as the number of reproduction platforms in the Canadian market grows.
Earlier this month, Bell Media presented a higher level of Crave streaming, which includes a selection of new Hollywood movies and HBO programs. The package, called Crave +, is around $ 20 per month.
The next year, he will go to the Disney market with his transmitter platform. Disney + movies and original series will be featured as a version of "Star Wars: Rogue One" and "The Avengers" based on Loki's Marvel superhero show.
Other platforms can also go on using classic-based criteria, and CBS All Access, an original show library, "Tell Me A Story" and "Strange Angel," among others.