Netflix doesn't want you to share!

It's not new , the streaming company had done it before, but seems that this time will be for real, and it's because Netflix is trying to improve their finances and for that the sharing password for accessing your account outside your household need to stop or be willing to pay more.


“While our terms of use limit use of Netflix to a household, we recognize this is a change for members who share their account more broadly,” Netflix writes. “As we roll out paid sharing, members in many countries will also have the option to pay extra if they want to share Netflix with people they don’t live with.”


According to Netflix in march we will see this  “new” fee reflected in our invoice for all of us that share our account to other members of our family that don't live in our household.


The company hasn't specified prices for these new charges yet. But the fee system was already being tested in Chile, Costa Rica and Peru. In these countries, the fee works out to be roughly equivalent to one-quarter the price of a Standard plan, on average. 

If Netflix sticks to that practice, then each extra member subaccount in the US would cost between about $3.50 and $4, but a fairly wide range was tested. If the US fees track with Chile's, for example, subaccounts would cast as much as $4.43.

How much will you pay?