Everything You Need to Know About Using Netflix's Ad Tier

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Netflix’s ad tier is here. And we have no bad words. Literally … because Bad Words is one of the unavailable titles.

If you’ve been living under a rock—specifically a rock that doesn’t get Wifi—Netflix rolled out its lower-priced ad tier, Basic with Ads, on Thursday, adorning the top of its sign-up page with a banner announcing the $6.99 per month plan.

With the launch, the streamer has delivered on its accelerated ad tier timeline, beating Disney+’s upcoming tier to market by a month and coming in at $1 below the offering from the House of Mouse.

To date, Netflix’s lower-priced tier has rolled out in around one dozen countries, including the U.S.,



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