- Business Insider
Streaming giant Netflix is raising prices for its Malaysia plans.
The new prices will take effect from January 9, with the highest increase of RM4 seen in the highest tier plan.
According to The Star, Netflix’s new prices in Malaysia are:
Basic: RM35 (S$11.50) (up from RM33)
Standard: RM45 (up from RM 42)
Premium: RM 55 (up from RM51)
However, its mobile subscription plan, which exists only in select markets like Malaysia and India, will keep its RM17 price.
At the same time, Netflix will also be increasing prices across the border in Singapore on the same day.
Basic (watch on one device at a time): S$11.98 (RM36.50) (up from S$10.98)
Standard (watch on up to two devices at a time): S$15.98 (up from S$13.98)
Premium (watch on up to four devices at a time): S$19.98 (up from S$16.98)