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Netflix has raised its prices again for some plans in the United States.

The biggest change is to the premium plan, which supports 4K streaming and up to four simultaneous streams; it’s going from $11.99 to $13.99 per month.

The mid-tier plan that gives you two streams in HD is jumping just one dollar from $9.99 to $10.99.
The entry-level plan that offers only one stream in standard definition remains unchanged at $7.99—the same price as the most basic streaming-only plan when it was first introduced back in 2010.
The info on Netflix’s page for starting new plans has already been updated to these new numbers, but if you’re on one of these plans already, the plan-switching page in your account settings still shows the old prices. Mashable reports that existing customers will see the change in November and will be notified on October 19 that it’s coming.
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