To prevent multiple users from accessing a single Netflix account, Netflix has announced plans to ban password sharing and is currently implementing anti-password-sharing features across all of its markets. Netflix’s account-sharing policy undergoing some revisions to recoup lost revenue that results from customers sharing their credentials with others outside of their immediate families. This has been emphasised on Netflix’s revised India website FAQ page.
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Plans for Netflix in India
In India, Netflix presently provides four different plans, and it just cut its pricing to make its deals more enticing. The base or Mobile plan costs Rs 149 per month and gives one user access to mobile screen streaming. Only SD content is available to viewers who subscribe to this package.
The highest plan now permits interoperability with four devices and a total of six screens. Viewers can take advantage of Netflix’s Spatial Audio technology and watch the material in Ultra HD. The Premium plan costs Rs 649 a month, and it is available.
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Who is able to access your Netflix account?
Password sharing on Netflix is legal, but only with members of the immediate family who reside in the same physical household. Users must stream content from the Netflix app or website at least once every 31 days to comply with the company’s requirement that they log in from their residence using their home Wi-Fi network.
How many individuals can use Netflix with the same password?
For consumers in India, Netflix offers a choice of four plans and compatibility for numerous devices. The prices of these programmes vary, and they also support a variety of users or displays. If Netflix doesn’t see a drop in illegal password sharing, it may change the prices for its plans and start charging customers to seek login information from primary account holders.
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