The folks of Netflix are ruffling customers feathers once again following talks of charging users for password sharing!
The super streaming platform, announced on Wednesday its overall plan to crack down on their primary issue of password sharing amongst customers.
Netflix has stated that it won’t ban password sharing all together, however those that do will have to pay an additional fee. As of right now they plan to test the new feature in three countries in Chile, Costa Rica and Peru reports NPR
It’ll be an add on price of $2.99 for U.S customers; in which they’ll be allowed to add up to 2 profiles.
Social media users aren’t too found of the idea and argue that Netflix has already increased the prices in the last two years.
Reports read that within the anticipated change, users who don’t pay will be able to transfer their profiles to their own accounts, utilizing customizations features such as: My List, viewing history and recommendations Netflix makes.
“We recognize that people have many entertainment choices, so we want to ensure any new features are flexible and useful for members, whose subscriptions fund all our great TV and films,” reads a statement from Netflix.