In the past few weeks, Netflix announced a price increase in several countries, including the USA, Great Britain and, most recently, Austria. Now it is also affecting Germany. With our neighbors, the prices for the standard and for the premium offer are increasing. Only the basic package remains unchanged at 7.99 euros per month.

The price increase not only affects new customers in Germany, but also existing customers will have to pay more for streaming in the future. However, they have not yet been informed, which is why it is currently not clear when exactly they will have to expect the higher prices.

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And what do the new prices in Germany look like in concrete terms? Instead of 11.99 euros for the standard offer, 12.99 euros are now due. The premium package will be increased from 15.99 to 17.99 euros per month. The reason for the price increase is higher costs for in-house productions, according to Netflix.

To date, we do not have any information on how to adjust prices in Switzerland. To be honest, it wouldn’t surprise us if we soon had to pay (even) more for the video streaming offer. Just for information: In Switzerland we already pay by far the most for the content on offer.

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