Netflix has begun implementing a charge for password sharing across more than 100 countries globally.
Subscribers will now receive a notification urging them to check the number of individuals currently using their Netflix account.
They will then be prompted to either purchase a fresh subscription for users residing outside of their household or add them to their existing account.
The cost associated with adding an extra person to an account varies from EUR 4 per month in several European nations to GBP 4.99 in the UK and USD 7.99 in America.
The streaming company has been testing this fee in numerous countries since last year, and as of April, Netflix confirmed that it would enforce the system on a broad scale.
The corporation believes around 100 million households throughout the world are sharing a Netflix account without incurring any costs.
This restricts the firm’s ability to earn revenue and generate payments for new content. Consequently, it desires to prompt these users to pay for a subscription and unlock access to their unique content.
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