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Netflix says its new price hike won't kill growth, but data suggests $15 per month could be a much bigger problem (NFLX)

Business Insider Friday, 18 January 2019
Netflix says its new price hike won't kill growth, but data suggests $15 per month could be a much bigger problem (NFLX)· 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.
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It turns out keeping Friends and constantly developing new original content ain’t cheap. Netflix announced that it will increase prices across all of its account tiers in the coming months, raising what you, your parents or that ex you haven’t called in a while pay for access to your favorite...

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