Netflix has confirmed that the price of its premium packages is to increase again for customers in the UK.
The streaming service's top package, which offers UHD-quality content on four simultaneous devices, is increasing by £2 a month to £17.99 - matching the £2 rise previously implemented 18 months ago.
The standard subscription, with two devices in HD, is unchanged at £10.99 a month, but the basic plan - one device in HD - has risen by £1 a month to £7.99.
The recently-introduced ad-supported tier remains at the same price point of £4.99 a month.
A statement from Netflix said: "While we mostly paused price increases as we rolled out paid sharing, our overall approach remains the same - a range of prices and plans to meet a wide range of needs, and as we deliver more value to our members, we occasionally ask them to pay a bit more."
Price rises are also being introduced for customers in the US and France.
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