Netflix is supposedly thinking about adding a fourth plan that will include access to HDR content in addition to everything now available in the Premium plan. The existing plans are: Basic (€7.99), Standard (€10.99) and Premium (€13.99).
However, other Italian users were reduced down to streaming a maximum of two screens and without HDR support. Now this plan has not officially launched yet, but Netflix is currently testing it as an option for some subscribers.
Netflix users could soon have a new subscription plan to choose from.
- We continuously test new things at Netflix and these tests typically vary in length of time, Smita Saran, a Netflix spokesperson, til CNET.
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Netflix runs a test in Europe right now that lists a fourth subscription plan called Ultra to some customers when they open the plan selection screen on the site.
Based on the European pricing, I expect the Ultra tier, if it's introduced here to come in at $19.95 per month. That's €3 more than what's being offered to some Italian users. Its website says the company may need to adjust prices to "respond to local market changes" such as taxes or inflation.
If you purchased a new television recently, there's a better-than-good chance that it is a 4K Ultra HD set, as those have become the norm, and not the exception.
All other features, at least those displayed on the plan selection page on Netflix, match the Premium plan (meaning you get HD and Ultra HD, and access on four screens). However, with the platform now the most popular way of watching video content on TV in the US, Netflix won't be concerned. In October, the company bumped its Standard and Premium plans by $1 and $2, respectively. If the new Ultra plan is launched, there could be a price hike of around $6, as pointed out by 9To5Mac. It sure is, but Netflix is reportedly testing a new tier that is pricier than the current Premium tier.