Netflix is said to be testing a new, pricier ‘Ultra’ subscription tier


By Chaim Gartenberg@cgartenberg  at The Verge.com

Photo Credit:  by Amelia Holowaty Krales

Netflix is reportedly testing out a new “Ultra” subscription tier that would up the monthly price even higher than the company’s current $13.99 “Premium” option, according to a report fromTuttoAndroid, which first spotted the new plan (via CNET.)

According to TuttoAndroid, the new plan would cost €16.99 (and presumably, $16.99 in the US, based on how Netflix does its existing pricing) and offer up to four simultaneous 4K streams at once time, which eagle-eyed Netflix users will note is already offered on the cheaper, Premium plan.

Based on TuttoAndroid’s report, it seems that Netflix is testing multiple versions of its plan lineup that could see the Ultra tier get HDR video to make it stand out from Premium (which would then lose the feature), or see the Premium tier drop from four concurrent streams to just two. 

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