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  •   Home > News > Business

    An expectation many will change their Netflix habits in light of price increases

    An expectation many will change their Netflix habits in light of price increases


    The streaming giant is increasing prices on its basic plan from 13-dollars to 15-dollars a month.

    Standard and premium plans will also rise in cost.

    Volunteer budget advisor David Verry says even small increases can pile up on other increasing costs, like rent and food.

    He says while it's not an essential, it's a nice to have.

    Verry says having some form of entertainment can be important in feeling good.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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