Netflix to show Ads now launched a new plan called “Basic with Ads” in 12 countries
There are now 12 countries where Netflix subscribers can sign up for the new “Basic with Ads” plan: Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Starting in November 2022, you’ll be able to sign up for Netflix’s cheapest monthly plan, which includes some content restrictions and advertisements. At the start, Netflix said that commercials will be between 15 and 30 seconds long and will play before and during shows.
What follows is the pricing section. Netflix subscribers can watch an unlimited number of movies, TV episodes, and mobile games in up to 720p HD quality on a single supported device for $9.99 per month.
The new Netflix Basic with Ads package is currently $6.99 per month. The only difference is that consumers will have to view advertisements in exchange for a $3 monthly savings, rather than just giving up unrestricted streaming. In regards to the ‘Basic with Ads’ plans, Netflix has stated that “certain movies and TV episodes will be inaccessible.” Content will be available in a maximum of 720p HD resolution. The Netflix games library will, thankfully, be ad-free.
Most of our TV series and movies will have commercials played either before or during the broadcast, which is different from our other ad-free options. “We want to make it clear that downloads are not included and that licensing limitations prevent us from streaming some movies and TV series,” Netflix said.