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Netflix is ​​trying to steer users towards advertising subscriptions with a dirty trick

Netflix is ​​trying to steer users towards advertising subscriptions with a dirty trick

You have to track down the basic package from the website, because in the default state, the platform hides the subscription full of ads.

Netflix recently introduced an ad-packed (but still paid) ad bundle, which seems to be Do not particularly move the target audience. However, the company is doing its best to get as many people as possible to opt for this subscription. For example, simply by hiding the basic package on your website.

Many users wrote in TechnoblogBecause they can’t find the $10 subscription, which used to be cheaper, in 720p and of course ad-free. The website only offers the basic ($7), standard ($15 and a half) and premium ($20) ad package. The standard is Full HD for two devices, Premium 4K HDR for up to four devices.

However, the more perceptive ones also found the basic ad-free package in a well-hidden link below the offers. We offer:

Not all users are welcomed into this picture, and the basic package is still offered among others, for example, Netflix either rolls out the solution that is not user-friendly or tests it.

The good news is that the ad package is still not available to Apple TV owners.

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