22 Mar 2019

What do you think about Netflix's Mobile-Only Rs. 250/month Plan?

Netflix has just introduced a "Mobile" subscription plan that does not offer HD quality. You won't be able to view Netflix content on bigger screen; but the plan costs only Rs. 250/month. 

I want to know what is your opinion on the new plan that Netflix is testing in India? Is it worth opting for? 

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22 Mar 2019

I pass.


Abhishek Rawal

Abhishek Rawal

Electronics and Communication
23 Mar 2019

I will stick with Popcorn-time for movies & shows streaming, I guess.

23 Mar 2019

I've used Netflix for a few months and enjoyed it for some of the web series that I wanted to watch. But I'm not a super movie buff that justifies paying for their exorbitant fees. If only there was a way to mirror the 'mobile' plan on bigger screen ;)

23 Mar 2019

Both my son and daughter have subscriptions for both Amazonprime and Netflix. Valid for viewing in five parallel viewing worldwide. Already configured on two iPads.

We never use them.

Anoop Kumar

Anoop Kumar

Information Technology
25 Mar 2019

No HD is available on mobile only plan 😱 . But it's actually a good move to tap mobile only users. I think 150/month would have been big hit.

Netflix is ocean of content, you can watch amazing content for months. But cost still is high in Indian spending scenario. No matter how much is worth of content it is still just entertainment. Continuing subscription is biggest challenge. HotStart/ Prime at 1000/year, which they also provide some live matches.  Netflix should not be costlier than 2000/year for single screen full hd. HD only (720p) looks bad on Tv screen.

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