MANILA, PHILIPPINES — On Tuesday, February 21, Netflix announced a region-wide update lowering the monthly subscription fees for Filipino users.
Subscribers from the Philippines can now enjoy watching their favorite shows and movies on Netflix at a much lower cost.
Netflix users currently subscribed to the Basic Plan will now pay Php 249 monthly instead of Php 369. In addition, under the Standard Plan, subscribers will now be charged Php 399, down from the old rate of Php 459.
The monthly subscription fees for Mobile Plan and Premium Plan Subscribers, on the other hand, will still be the same, amounting to Php 149 and Php 549, respectively.
New member sign-ups starting from February 21 will experience the new subscription rate. Price updates will roll out to existing members over the coming weeks from their next billing cycle. They will be notified via email and through the Netflix Application 30 days before the new prices are applied to their subscription.
SexBomb Girls announce new Netflix subscription rates
In an announcement music video posted on social media, the Filipino all-female singing and dancing group SexBomb Girls reunited and performed a new version of their iconic hit “The Spaghetti Song,” pointing out the new subscription price for the Basic plan.
They even dressed up in costumes of popular characters from Netflix, such as Brigerton, Squid Game, and Wednesday. The video features the current members: Rochelle Pangilinan, Jopay Paquia, Che-che Tolentino, Sunshine Garcia, Mia Pangyarihan, and Johlan Veluz.
Filipinos were ecstatic in the comment section, hoping that the long-running television show “Daisy Siete,” which stars the SexBomb Girls, would be made available on the platform.
The music video posted on Facebook has now reached more than three million views and more than 140,000 reactions.
Watch the music video below:
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