Netflix has thought of a new way to stop you from sharing your password. According to a statement, the streaming platform will test an “add a home” feature where users will be asked to pay an additional fee if they see the account being used away from home for two weeks.
Wegotthiscovered.com says the charge will be $2.99 and there’s talk that soon you’ll be able to track who is using your account and even stop someone from having access to the account at all. Do you think what Netflix is doing is fair?
We changed from satellite TV to using just different TV apps and it is saving us a lot. To be honest it was one of the better financial moves we have made in the last few years. But Netflix needs to be careful not to become a “used to be” go-to service.
National Streaming Day: 4 Ways to Save on all of Your Subscriptions
Grab the remote, put some popcorn into your bowl, and prepare to watch a movie. On May 20th, the country celebrates National Streaming Day. Therefore, it is socially acceptable to watch all your favorite shows all day long.
TopCashback.com, the USA’s most generous cashback site, recently conducted a survey that found more than three-quarters of Americans have at least one streaming subscription. Three thousand and seventy-seven adults, aged 18 and older, were surveyed.
How do you save money with all those streaming services? Rebecca Gramuglia (she/her), the consumer expert at TopCashback.com, offers four tips to help you manage subscriptions, whether you are trying to reduce the number of streaming services you have or trying to save money when signing up.