Netflix loses 1M subscribers in Q2 2022, confirms ad-supported tier for early 2023

20 July 2022
Overall revenue grew despite exchange rates due to increased average paid memberships.

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watching pirated videos are more sharpen (4k) and no buffering and no ads.

    Olympus Oms, 20 Jul 2022No wonder, whit the crap shows they add and extremely slow ... morePrices have risen because so has cost of living.

      TheLastOracle, 20 Jul 2022More like 5Million customers. it will rise later.

        I use 1 device but I want 4K HDR and able to watch it on TV. Netflix should make their pricings more flexible.

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          • 20 Jul 2022

          Omg i wonder why 😱😱😱😱😱😱 #totallyshocked

            More like 5Million customers.

              Paying for netflix is fine as long as there are no stupid and irelevant ads.
              But paying extra for netflix compared to regular TV and seeing ads everywhere NO THANKS.
              Rather will unsubscribe.

              Sam would happen with HBO, Cinema, Disney and many else.
              Noobody want to pay for a premium TVF and see stupid ads everywhere.

                Olympus Oms, 20 Jul 2022No wonder, whit the crap shows they add and extremely slow ... moreThey spent all the budget with Stranger Things, hence it's the best content they have as of now, because other content they have are all low budget with crap acting 😂

                  No wonder, whit the crap shows they add and extremely slow on new movies. Prices only rise too, without adding valuable content.!