The provide is offered to new subscribers solely, and is proscribed to the Rs. 499 Basic plan and the Rs. 649 Standard plan. Here’s what this implies. If you select Basic if you’re signing up for Netflix, the service will improve you to ‘Standard’ for 30 days on the similar Rs. 499 price. If you select ‘Standard’, you’ll be upgraded to ‘Premium’ for 30 days.
For those that don’t know, Netflix’s Basic plans provides customary definition video on a single display screen at a time. However, the Standard plan provides HD video on as much as 2 screens at a time. On the opposite hand, Premium provides 4K streaming on as much as 4 screens at a time. Here’s a screenshot evaluating all of the plans Netflix provides in India:
Once your 30 day trial ends, Netflix will ask you if you wish to proceed utilizing the upper tier plan by paying the complete quantity or revert again to the plan you initially selected. It’s fairly apparent that Netflix is hoping customers will get hooked onto utilizing the costlier plan. Still, the corporate can also be attempting to ensure customers don’t find yourself paying unnecessarily. Netflix lately introduced that it’s going to robotically cancel subscriptions that haven’t been utilized in a very long time.