MIAMI (CBSMiami) – If you like to stream your favorite shows on Netflix you’re about to start paying more for it.READ MORE: State Argues Judge Should Reject COVID-19 Records Case
The company is raising the price on its most popular streaming plan by 10 percent. Netflix will now charge $11 per month instead of $10 for a plan that includes HD and allows people to simultaneously watch programs on two different internet-connected devices.
Those who have plans which include ultra-high definition, or 4K, video, will see their monthly bill go up 17 percent, or from their currently $12 bucks a month to $14.READ MORE: Ring Doorbell Camera Appears To Show Elderly Woman Threatening Neighbor With Knife
The changes affect most of Netflix’s 53 million U.S. subscribers.
The basic plan – one screen at a time without high-definition – will remain at $8 a month.
Email notifications about the new prices will be sent out in mid-October. Subscribers will be given 30 days to accept the higher rates, switch to a cheaper plan or cancel the service.MORE NEWS: Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa Placed On Injured Reserve
At $99 per year, or about $8.25 per month, Amazon offers a lower price than Netflix’s for a streaming service while Hulu’s monthly fee ranges from $8 for a plan with commercials to and $11 commercial-free plan.