Netflix has begun testing weekly plans for users in India, the Economic Times reported. The cheapest of these costs Rs 65 a week (which works out to Rs 260 a month) and is for mobile and tablet users only. It does not include HD video, and can be used on one screen at a time. The company has also launched weekly versions of its Basic, Standard and Premium plans, which can be used on laptops and TVs as well. The Basic package costs Rs 125 a week. Like the monthly version, it does not include HD video and can be used on one screen at a time. The Standard plan costs Rs 165 a week. It comes with HD video and can be used on two screens at the same time. The Premium plan costs Rs 200 a week. It offers ultra-HD (4K) video and can be used on four screens at the same time. Reports last month said that Netflix was testing mobile-only subscriptions in India. According to the Economic Times, select users got to test a mobile-only plan for Rs 250 a month. It allowed subscribers to watch standard definition (SD) content on one mobile or tablet screen at a time. 139 million memberships worldwide In January, we reported that Netflix had 139 million memberships worldwide, 29 million more than it had at the beginning of 2018. Of the new paid subscriptions, 1.5 million were from the US and the remaining 7.3 million from outside the US. The…
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