May Extra Bayad na ang Shared Netflix Accounts


March 17, 2022 – Gusto na ng Netflix mag charge ng extra para sa mga taong nakiki-share ng account. Bad news para sa mga taong by cash lang ang means para ma-access ang netflix.

Not all Filipinos have a credit card to use for Netflix sign ups, and that’s why for those who do have, nagpapahiram sila ng accounts for a set price.

This is actually prohibited according to Netflix’s terms and conditions. But the company said the focus is on security, and not charging more.

Gumawa ng test si Netflix sa Chile, Peru, and Costa Rica last year na kayang ma-detect kung legitimate account holder ang nanonood.  Kapag wala ka sa bahay ng may ari ng Netflix account, kailangan mo maglagay ng verification code via text or email para makapagstream.

Pero that test has finally proved useless, at hindi pa rin tumitigil ang mga tao sa pagpapahiram ng Netflix accounts.

Not “ours” or “theirs”, just “yours.” – Netflix, apparently.

The other tests include prompting the watcher to create their own account. Pero last year pa ang test na ‘to kaya naman mag-chacharge na ng extra ang Netflix sa mga account owner na nagpapahiram.

This isn’t final yet – sa Chile, Peru, and Costa Rica lang gagana ang extra charges. The charges may be Netflix’s way of compensating a declining number of subscribers, or mas nagiging competitive na ang Disney+ when it comes to streaming services.


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