Those who set up Netflix accounts when the service first came to the UK will soon have to pay as much as new users, following a similar move in the US.
The £5.99 legacy pricing for the Standard option will be rising to the current £7.49 that a new member would pay, a £1.50 increase UK Netflix users who used to pay legacy prices will soon have to start paying more for TV shows such as House of Cards with Kevin Spacey (pictured).
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At the moment Netflix offers three options in the UK, Basic, Standard, and Premium.
That's a legacy of the traditional world of TV and film.' In January, the number of territories in which Netflix is available rose to 243, when India, Nigeria, Russia and Saudi Arabia were among 130 joining the service which now covers most of the world except China.
American series: Netflix subscribers often try to resort to proxies - servers that facilitate access to internet content not available locally - to access shows such as hospital drama Grey's Anatomy (pictured)Brian Blau, research director at Connecticut-based technology advisory firm Gartner, said: 'The strategy is simple - they have a responsibility to content owners to only show that content in the geographies for which they have a licence.
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