Netflix delays account sharing crackdown after ‘cancel reaction’

Netflix has pushed back the planned US rollout of its closely watched attempt to crack down on account sharing, a move it expects will weigh on memberships and revenues as it seeks to improve the quality of the new service. Netflix said in a letter to shareholders that the “paid sharing” service — which lets customers share their account with people outside their household for a fee — had resulted in a “cancel reaction” after it was launched in some markets including Canada and Spain. According to Morgan Stanley estimates, Netflix could potentially convert 20-30 per cent of those to paying members. Read More...


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