Netflix says its new price hike won't kill growth, but data suggests $15 per month could be a much bigger problem (NFLX)
Friday, 18 January 2019 · Netflix rolled out its biggest price hike ever this week, raising its most popular US plan from $11 to $13 per month.
· Wall Street is bullish that the streamer will be able to effectively manage the price increase, and Netflix's projections for Q1 subscriber growth suggest it won't have a huge negative effect.
It turns out keeping Friends and constantly developing new original content ain’t cheap.
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