Reduced Netflix prices are now available for every Netizen browsing from the sub-Saharan Africa region in a new effort to increase the platform’s reach across the continent. Much as most customers across the world find Netflix’s new strategy to block password sharing, the reduced Netflix prices make it easy for every user to have their own account without requesting for a friend’s password.
Across all sub-Saharan Africa countries such as Uganda, Kenya, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Rwanda, Nigeria, Ghana, among others, the new reduced Netflix prices flush free upgrades if you are already an active user.
The new reduced Netflix prices start from as low as $2.99 from $3.99 for the mobile viewing plan, the basic plan at $3.99 from $7.99, standard at $7.99 from $9.99, and the highest premium package at $9.99 from $11.99. However, these are strictly tailored for users who live in the Sub-Saharan region as below.
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With the new prices, we believe Netflix’s strategy is to discourage users from deleting their Netflix accounts and switching to alternatives that offer similar content. For now, the wide array of Netflix movies, documentaries, and originals is now accessible to every potential user across Africa with lower subscription prices than ever before.