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Have you shared your Netflix password? All scammers will receive a letter soon

Have you shared your Netflix password?  All scammers will receive a letter soon

It has long been known that Netflix wants to take action against users who have multiple households using the same subscription. Those who have shared their password so far will now receive a letter from the company – He writes rtl.hu.

This means that the days of people sharing login details to share a subscription with multiple people will soon be over.

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It is not yet clear what happens if the platform detects that the password is still being shared.

The company is also trying to help users: guest accounts used thus far can be converted into individual subscriptions, and the subscription can still be shared among others for HUF 990 in addition to the basic fee.

Netflix tightened the rules, immediately alienating a million users

Netflix lost 1 million users in Spain in three months. The reason for the serious decline is the tightening of the streaming provider: users also have to pay a monthly fee to share the use of user accounts. According to experience so far, angry Netflix users will be back in no time, now with their own subscription. Read more >>>

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