A separate report by Gadgets360 claims that the three months plan is reportedly available at INR 1,919, down from INR 2,397 (current premium three-month subscription), the six-month plan will reportedly you INR 3,359, down from INR 4,794 and the one-year subscription will reportedly cost you INR 4,799.
Speaking at a media conference in New Delhi, Hastings also said the company's first animated series from India, "Mighty Little Bheem", had been watched by 27 million households worldwide, in a sign of the country's importance to Netflix's plans for global expansion.
It's also worth noting that nearly all off these competing platforms offer services at a much more aggressive price than what Netflix offers right now. This is the first time Netflix will be testing long-term plans anywhere in the world.
While Netflix is constantly raising prices across its subscriptions internationally, it also debuted a cheaper $3/month plan for mobile-only users in India back in July. Now it has been reported that Netflix is working on a long-term subscription plan in India. After the success of its affordable mobile-only plans, the platform is now testing the waters with new long-term subscription plans.
The testing is now limited to select users. In addition to the report, it cites a Twitter user who has spotted the long-term subscription plans on Netflix. Similarly, the new long-term plans could also get a wider launch if Netflix's testing proves to be successful. Finally, the twelve-month plan offers users a massive 50% discount over the Premium monthly subscription and is priced at just ₹4,799 (~$67.73).
Furthermore, the annual plan will be available for Rs. 4,799, which is after getting a 50% discount on the regular Premium subscription for 12 months priced at Rs. 9,588 (Rs. 799 per month).
We were unable to confirm the same.
Over the years, Netflix and Amazon Prime Video have really ramped up their library of Indian original series and movies. The two streaming services are actively competing with each other when it comes to local ... These plans are expected to roll out for all users only "if people find it useful".