Netflix announced the price for its after-product after-market services after the launch of its subscription streaming service in April.
The company’s post-launch pricing, which is in effect today, includes a $9.99 per month subscription fee for the following: after-demand streaming content, after-playback and after-downloading services.
The post-sale services will be offered to customers at no additional cost.
Netflix’s post launch pricing will be subject to change, and it is expected to be $12.99 for the Netflix Plus service in its early years, $17.99 later, and $21.99 in the mid- to late-2020s.
Netflix’s new pricing will apply to its existing after-consumer and aftermarket products, including its new Netflix streaming service.
The pricing, however, will not apply to the services Netflix will offer to customers with a paid Netflix subscription in the future.
The company did not announce when that service would launch, but it is not expected until sometime in 2021.
Netflix, which launched in 2013, is the only major streaming service to offer after-release content to after-buyers after the purchase.
Netflix offers its afterproduct streaming service after-sold content through a combination of after-delivery delivery services and on-demand delivery services.
Netflix has said it expects the after-premium services to drive up video content prices in the coming years.
But, as Netflix is also looking to expand its aftermarket offering beyond its original content, the company has been careful to avoid increasing prices on the afterproducts.
Netflix said that after-payments will be charged a “sales-per-month” fee, which it does not disclose, but said the amount will vary by country.
Netflix is also making some moves to help customers make smart decisions when it comes to buying and streaming video content after the sale.
Netflix announced plans to offer its customers the option of buying movies and TV shows directly from their streaming service at no extra cost to customers.
The option will also be available on Netflix Prime, which also is not currently available in Canada.
Netflix also said it is developing a streaming service that it said will give its subscribers “exclusive access to the content of their choice.”
In addition to its afterproducts, Netflix is making moves to stream movies and television shows to users who have been watching those shows on their television.
Netflix is launching its new streaming service, Netflix Now, that will bring to its customers streaming rights to shows that are not currently streamed through the service.
Netflix has said that its new service will include over 200 original shows and movies.
Netflix said that it will offer more details about its new after-products and its services later this year.