PHILIPPINES – Netflix announces the launch of Netflix Mobile plan for Philippine customers. At PHP 149 per month, members will be able to enjoy all the films and shows on Netflix — uninterrupted and without ads — on one smartphone or tablet at a time. This plan is in addition to the existing Basic, Standard, and Premium plans.
Filipinos are passionate entertainment fans who love stories from many different genres and countries around the world – To All The Boys, Crash Landing On You, The Witcher, Stranger Things, YOU, Dead Kids, Kingdom, Money Heist and more. This new plan brings together two things that Filipinos love — entertainment and mobile devices — Filipinos spend an average of 3.3 hours a day watching online content on their mobile phones, which reflects that the Philippines is truly a mobile-first country.
“We’re enthusiastic to introduce the Mobile plan in the Philippines to make it even easier for anyone with a smartphone to enjoy Netflix. At home or on the go, now more people can watch all the shows and movies Netflix has to offer, wherever and whenever they want,” said Patrick Flemming, Director of Product Innovation at Netflix.
How to sign up for the Mobile plan?
- Download the Netflix app or visit netflix.com
- Select the Mobile plan for PHP 149/month
- Add account details and get started
The prices of the three existing plans were also adjusted as follows:
- Mobile – PHP 149/month (new plan)
- Basic – PHP 369/month (from PHP 370)
- Standard – PHP 459/month (from PHP 460)
- Premium – PHP 549/month (from PHP 550)
Netflix continues to improve the mobile experience with features including:
- Smart Downloads: Downloads the next episode over Wi-Fi, and deletes the one you’ve seen.
- Mobile previews: Watch previews in vertical video format.
- Share the joy of Netflix: On Instagram Stories, Twitter, Whatsapp, Messenger, and more by using the ‘Share’ button on the Netflix app.
- Data saver: Lets you stream upto 6.5 hours of Netflix on just 1GB of data.
- Android lite UI: Automatically loads Netflix faster on entry-level smartphones.