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Netflix is now charging extra for 4K Ultra HD content


Quality comes at a price, so is the case with internet streaming media you get to watch with the help of Netflix subscription. If you want optimum quality, they charge you a premium for it. Like the Ultra HD content plans, where Netflix has recently upgraded its to $11.99 per month. Yes, it costs you to enjoy an Ultra high-definition movie or video online, but the experience is totally worth it.netflix-4k-ultra-hd

The 4K Ultra gives you amazing clarity and sound when you stream and watch a video. Netflix is extremely popular and reliable service when it comes to watching your favorite bits of media online. You also get ultra high definition at the same price of $7.99 if you are an existing user. If you are a new user or want to try out the ultra high definition output, you have to pay $11.99 per month.

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A Netflix spokesperson said in a statement to Variety:

“We decided to move 4K UHD video into our four-stream plan for new members who sign up and care about the highest-quality video Netflix offers. We have a modest and growing catalog of titles in 4K, including ‘House of Cards,’ ‘Breaking Bad,’ ‘The Blacklist’ and a slate of upcoming Netflix original series.”

With 3840 x 2160 resolution you won’t complain about the price tag. The 4K Netflix plan uses lots of bandwidth and you need a good internet connection for using it regularly. The 4K television sets are also increasing. With more and more popular titles being added to it everyday, the ultra HD plan is here to stay.

The slightly higher cost than the usual for the family streaming plan is thus justified by the quality and output it produces. The titles of many television shows are also available in the 4K super high-resolution format. The list of titles is getting better everyday. You can enjoy endless streaming for a month with just a little increase in your bill.

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