Netflix is testing cheaper subscription options in some overseas markets. The catch: The plan only allows users to stream content on a mobile device.
The first trial run has already rolled out in Malaysia, where users can currently sign up for a cheaper, mobile-only subscription for just RM17 (or about $4) per month.
The plan allows users to stream movies and TV shows to one mobile device, either a smartphone or tablet. High-definition video is not included in the plan. The next cheapest option, called the Basic Plan, is roughly double the cost at RM33 (about $8). It allows users to watch content on a laptop or TV, but also only streams in standard definition. HD content is included in the Standard Plan at RM42 (about $10) per month. Read more…More about Mobile, Netflix, Malaysia, Streaming Services, and Tech
Date/time: 15th November 2018, 00:06
On the twelfth night of bingeing, my Netflix gave to me… new movies and more TV!
Stoking your holiday spirit embers into a full-blown Christmas blaze, Netflix has just announced a cheery streaming lineup to get you through Thanksgiving and into the start of 2019.
From a Great British Baking Show holiday special to Kurt Russell’s highly-anticipated jaunt as Santa in The Christmas Chronicles, most everything Netflix is teeing up looks delightful. The new arrivals join tons of already streaming holiday favorites like Love Actually and A Christmas Prince.
One unexpectedly nightmarish addition? Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is getting a surprise holiday episode on Dec. 14, titled “A Midwinter’s Tale.” Here’s the episode’s full description: Read more…More about Netflix, Christmas, Streaming, Holiday, and December
Date/time: 13th November 2018, 00:11