Netflix Basic Plan to be upgraded to HD Quality streaming from Nov 2022

Netflix Basic Plan upgrades to HD streaming from Nov 2022
Netflix Basic Plan upgrades to HD streaming from Nov 2022

KUALA LUMPUR: Netflix will be upgrading its Basic Plan streaming quality to HD starting November 2022

Current Netflix Plans in Malaysia

MobileBasicStandardPremium
✓ Watch on 1 mobile device at a time✓ Watch on 1 supported device at a time✓ Watch on 2 supported devices at a time✓ Watch on 4 supported devices at a time
✓ Unlimited movies, TV shows, and mobile games✓ Unlimited movies, TV shows, and mobile games✓ Unlimited movies, TV shows, and mobile games✓ Unlimited movies, TV shows, and mobile games
✓ Ad-free TV shows and movies✓ Ad-free TV shows and movies✓ Ad-free TV shows and movies✓ Ad-free TV shows and movies
✓ Download on 1 mobile device at a time✓ Download on 1 supported device at a time✓ Download on 2 supported devices at a time✓ Download on 4 supported devices at a time
✓ Watch in HD
(available November 2022)
✓ Watch in Full HD✓ Watch in Ultra HD
Netflix Plans

Starting in November 2022, Malaysians will be able to watch Netflix programmes with the Basic Plan in 720p HD, according to the platform’s Plans and Pricing webpage. Users of the Basic Plan could previously only access content in 480p SD resolution.

At RM35 per month, the Basic Plan is their second-cheapest choice in Malaysia. Users can watch and download content without advertising on one supported device at a time. The RM17 Mobile Plan, which enables customers to watch Netflix on one mobile device at a time, is their least expensive plan in Malaysia.

It appears that Netflix won’t add any more fees to the Basic Plan for this upgrading at this time. But given that Netflix intends to continue providing a “Basic Plan with Ads” to more nations, having that update might make the Ads plan much more tempting to individuals.

Officially, the Basic Plan with Ads plan has not yet been made available in Malaysia. The package, however, costs US$6.99 per month in nations like the US (around RM33). It will probably cost less than that if the plan is made available here. — SoyaCincau

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