Netflix will start charging for "extra users" early next year
We all knew it was coming. The next phase of Netflix's months-long crackdown on password sharing.
which follows the company's first quarterly subscriber loss in a decade, and is soon within reach.
The company made the announcement on Tuesday during its quarterly earnings call
Starting in early 2023, it will charge customers an additional monthly fee for people who share their login credentials.
The move is an expansion of a pilot program currently running in Latin America.
Which charges additional fees for "extra user" sub-accounts, users outside of your immediate household who use your login credentials to access the service.
Basically, every entry on "Who's Watching?" on the screen will cost you extra if they don't live with you too.
The news comes as Netflix looks to return to growth and settle investors after confirming it had lost subscribers earlier in the year.
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