Netflix Ad-Supported Tier Won’t Include Full Catalog
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Netflix is planning to add a cheaper, ad-supported option for subscribers – but it won’t include everything. Co-CEO Ted Sarandos says the “vast majority” of its content will be available on the cheaper tier – but “certainly not all of it”. Netflix is teaming with Microsoft to develop the ad-supported service, but has not yet revealed how much it will cost.  It’s expected to launch sometime next year. Would you be okay with an ad-supported tier, or has the streaming era ruined your willingness to sit through commercials?

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