How Much Netflix Costs in Every Country

How Much Netflix Costs in Every Country

If you thought Netflix was getting expensive in the U.S., well, you’re right. But we’re actually not paying the highest rates in the world — though we are up there.

Visual Capitalist recently mapped out (literally) the cost of a Netflix subscription in every country in which the streamer is available — all 190 of them. (Netflix is available in 244 countries and territories.)

At $15.49/month, the price for the “Standard” ad-free plan, the U.S. has the fifth-priciest Netflix subscription rate in the world, behind (in order) Switzerland, Denmark, Greenland, and Ireland. (Tied with the U.S. are American Samoa, Guam, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Most of those are U.S. territories; Palau, the Marshall Islands, and the Federated States of Micronesia are independent nations, but pay the same monthly rate.)

There’s nothing neutral about the Swiss rate of $21.48/month — it is more than five bucks higher than anyone else on Earth.

The rates in this study have all been converted to USD using exchange rates from December 10, 2023. The date also explains why the first graphic shorts Netflix by about 20 million global subscribers — hey, it takes a long time to perform research this in-depth.

A Netflix rep did not immediately respond to IndieWire’s request for comment for the numbers on this story.

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The post “How Much Netflix Costs in Every Country” by Tony Maglio was published on 03/07/2024 by