Netflix customers in the UK will see the cost of their Netflix subscription rise from next month.
The streamer has attributed the price rises to increases in the amount its spending on content.
The cost of a two-screen standard HD monthly package rises from £8.99 to £9.99; the premium package including the ability to watch on up to four screens and including Ultra HD is up by £2 to £13.99.
The basic plan remains at £5.99.
As previously reported in Broadband TV News, Disney plans a £2 increase for streaming customers taking the price to £7.99 per month and £79.90 for a full year.
However, comparison site described the timing of the price rises as “unfortunate” given the UK has just entered a new national lockdown.
Netflix doubled the amount spent on UK production to £750 million in 2020.It produces shows including The Crown, Sex Education and recently released Bridgerton (pictured).