We have some really exciting news for Netflix users. Reportedly, Netflix users can now download content with an ad-supported subscription plan.
As soon as a user subscribes to an ad-supported payment plan for a streaming service, they are unable to download content for two major reasons. First of all, this is a benefit intended to lure customers into purchasing a more costly plan. Additionally, streaming services make money from advertisements. But this is about to change.
Netflix began the password crackdown, and since then, the platform has increased its user base. It seems like the company is trying to improve the user experience on the platform. For this reason, it has something interesting and attention-grabbing for users who were forced to subscribe to the service. All in all, it is a good addition for users.
Reportedly, the new feature will be available in all regions where an ad-supported subscription tier is accessible. Users can watch the downloaded content without ads. Thus, the experience with downloaded content will be the same as it is with the other options. Once more, it’s good to have it.
Currently, there are no details about the particulars, terms, and conditions of the plan. Perhaps the plan could come with some restrictions on the amount of downloaded content. The new change is on its way to consumers. According to the Netflix blog post, it is expected to arrive by the end of the week.
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