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Promises Kept: Netflix’s Price Hikes To Hit Subscribers Soon

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Ouch! The price hikes that Netflix announced earlier this year will show up on customers’ invoices starting in May. Digital Trends reports that depending on the plan, subscribers' monthly Netflix bill will be increased by $1 or $2. Some existing subscribers are already paying the higher fees. That's because anyone who signed up for the streaming video service since the new prices were announced has been paying the new rates from day one.

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