Netflix Unveils MobileOnly Plan In India At Unbelievable Price

Netflix Upgrading Plans In New Test

Key Points:
  • Netflix testing upgrade plans in India.
  • The company upgrades Mobile and Basic plans.
  • Netflix upgrade to HD resolution from SD.

It seems Netflix is working very hard to gain the top position in the market of India, as recently the company started a new promotional offer which allows users to subscribe to the platform for as low as ₹5. Well, now the company is testing yet another great feature and that is actually upgrading its existing plans. So, without making any further delay let’s check out the new testing.

Netflix upgrades plans

The world’s most popular content streaming platform is currently testing a new feature in the market of India and that is actually upgrading the existing plans which are dubbed as Mobile as well as Basic and both of them are the most affordable plans. With the latest testing, the company providing better video quality for the most affordable plans. This means Netflix is now upgrading the video quality from SD Tu Hi-definition.

Speaking about the pricing, the Mobile plan is priced at ₹199 and the Basic plan costs ₹499 and there is no change in the pricing since the new testing started. It is worth to mention that the new testing is available only on Android for now, but we believe that the company will expand the same to the iOS platform as well.

So, that’s all the information we have at this moment of time. Let’s hope that the company will complete the testing procedure and bring it to the stable version. We would like to hear your thoughts on the same in the comments section below and stay tuned with us for more interesting news from the world of tech at your fingertips.

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