Netflix Inc. began its password-sharing crackdown earlier this year, and now the company is set the raise prices again in the United States. Netflix
announced Wednesday it is increasing the price of its basic tier to $11.99 a month from $9.99, and raising the monthly price of the premium tier to $22.99 from $19.99, the first time the streaming giant has had a plan over the $20 threshold.
The company will keep the prices of its ad-supported service at $6.99, as well as its standard plan at $15.49. Netflix executives said they “mostly paused price increases as we rolled out paid sharing,” but “as we deliver more value to our members, we occasionally ask them to pay a bit more.” It can be difficult to keep track of so many changes in pricing and ad models across all of your streaming services. So here’s a look at where the major streaming services stand on pricing this fall, and how their prices compare. Netflix
$6.99 a month for standard with ads
$15.49 a month for standard without ads
$22.99 a month for premium without ads
What to know: Netflix launched its ad-supported tier last year for its lowest price in years, and subscribers with that plan see four to five minutes of commercials per hour. Both standard plans have slight …