Netflix Has Bumped Up It’s Prices Again!

Netflix customers in Australia will soon have to shell out more money to enjoy some of the biggest TV shows and movies.

The streaming service is increasing subscription prices for the 6.1 million users in the country, with the most expensive tier now costing $25.99 per month.

Customers have three options to choose from when they’re getting an account: standard with ads, standard without ads and premium.

There’s a huge difference between the cheapest and most expensive subscription models and it can limit how many devices can use the account and the video quality.

HIT Network’s The Jimmy & Nath Show revealed exactly what the subscription could set you back, and lamented the removal of password sharing. With Jimmy paying even more to share his account with his Mother and Girlfriend. While Nath revealed that he will only pay for some streaming services while he’s binging a show.

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Here’s how much each subscription tier will go up:

  • Standard with ads: The current rate is $6.99 per month and it’s rising to $7.99
  • Standard without ads: $16.99 to $18.99
  • Premium: $22.99 to $25.99

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