Netflix keeps finding more ways to get more money. Following their crackdown on password sharing, the streamer is making it harder to choose their cheapest plans.

Netflix has removed its cheapest “basic” ad-free plan for purpose, which cost $10 a month. If you still have the basic plan, you can keep it…but if you ever cancel you won’t be able to purchase it again.

Netflix previously hid the basic plan behind a “see more” button on its website when people signed up, so the company has been clear that they didn’t want people actually buying the basic plan. Now they’ve just made it official. Netflix now only offers a $6.99 ad-supported tier, the $15.49 standard plan, or the $19.99 premium plan.

Source: The Verge

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