Netflix Is Offering Free Upgrades to Standard and Premium Plans in India

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INTRO: One of the most popular streaming service Netflix is currently offering free upgrades to the new subscribers in India. The video streaming platform is offering the single-tier upgrades to the subscribers for the first 30 days, which means it will be allowing them to use a higher plan at the price of the plan they selected in the first place.

Free Upgrades In Plans To New Netflix Subscribers

Netflix Offers Free Upgrade to Standard, Premium Plans for First ...

The most popular and in-demand video streaming service Netflix is now offering its all-new subscribers free upgrades in India. The new offer is available only to the new subscribers and is limited to the Rs. 499 Basic plan and the Rs. 649 Standard plan. Here’s what all of this means exactly. If you choose the Basic when you’re signing up for Netflix, the service will automatically upgrade you to the ‘Standard’ plan for 30 days at the same Rs. 499 price which you gave for the basic plan in the first place. If you choose ‘Standard’ one, then you will be upgraded to ‘Premium’ plan for the next 30 days.

Standard Plans will be Upgraded To Premium Plan For 30 Days

For those who don’t know about the plans, The Netflix’s Basic plans offer standard definition video on a single screen at a time. But, the Standard plan offers HD video on up to 2 screens at a time. On the other hand, we have the last one that is the Premium which offers 4K streaming on up to 4 screens at a time. Here’s a screenshot comparing all the plans Netflix offers in India with prize details:

Once your 30-day trial ends, The streaming platform Netflix will ask you if you want to continue using the higher tier plan by paying the full amount or revert back to the plan where you originally chose. It’s pretty obvious that Netflix is hoping users will get hooked onto using the more expensive plan after this free upgrade. After these steps still, the company is also trying to make sure users don’t end up paying unnecessarily for their accounts which are not active. As Netflix recently announced that it will automatically cancel subscriptions that haven’t been used in a long time.

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