Netflix Plans India Yearly & Monthly: How much does Netflix cost per month in India?

Netflix Plans India Yearly & Monthly


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Netflix was founded in 1997, about 23 years ago. Yet, the American streaming service was launched in India in January 2016. Fast forward to 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has questioned the way we consume content since many news channels are peddling hate, and SET Max is still stuck on Suryavansham. I opted for Netflix’s subscription last year in July, and since then, there was no turning back. I have so far streamed Bojack Horseman, The Crown, The Big Bang Theory, Friends, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Good Place, Stranger Things, and countless movies.

Not everyone wants to spend a hefty amount monthly to watch a few shows due to peer pressure. If you genuinely want to stream some of the unparalleled shows the planet has ever seen, I have listed the Netflix Plans India in detail so that you can think and settle for a plan that is most suitable for you.

Netflix Plans India Yearly & Monthly: How much does Netflix cost per month in India?

Below, I have explained all the Netflix Plans India, which covers its subscription prices, the number of devices you can stream on, the video’s quality, and much more.

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Netflix Plans India: Monthly

Currently, there are four Netflix Plans in India, which focuses on a broad spectrum of audiences. If you are thinking about opting for a subscription, I have laid out detailed data regarding them.

Netflix Plans India: Mobile

Netflix Plans India Yearly & Monthly: How much does Netflix cost per month in India?

Netflix unveiled a mobile-only plan last year, which is self-explanatory. Priced at ₹199, it supports only one mobile device, so if you try to login with that account on a computer, you won’t stream the content. You can stream the content only in standard definition, unlike its other plans. If you have no qualms about missing watching TV shows and movies on a big screen, this plan is perfect for you. Moreover, if you opt for this plan, only 1 person will be able to watch content on the app at a time. Your friends will have to wait once you are done.


Netflix Plans India: Basic

Netflix Plans India Yearly & Monthly: How much does Netflix cost per month in India?

The Basic plan is priced at ₹499, which also supports a single screen, but you can watch the content on a smartphone, laptop, tablet, or even a TV. Akin to the mobile-only plan, the content is restricted to standard definition, and the number of downloads and active screens will be confined to just one device.

Netflix Plans India: Standard

Netflix Plans India Yearly & Monthly: How much does Netflix cost per month in India?

The next Plan is Standard, which is priced at ₹649. This is a better plan for most of you since it can be shared with two people, and each of you will have to pay approximately ₹326. With this plan, you can stream content in 1080p quality or full-HD. It also supports two screens, which include a smartphone, TV, and tablet. As I said, this is a better plan to be shared between family and friends.

Netflix Plans India: Premium

Netflix Plans India Yearly & Monthly: How much does Netflix cost per month in India?

Netflix’s Premium plan is a popular one. Priced at ₹799, it can be shared between four friends, which brings down the cost to ₹200 per person. The best part about this plan is that it supports four screens concurrently. As it’s a premium plan, you can stream videos in 1080 or full-HD on smartphones and Ultra HD on laptops and computers. Moreover, you can also download and stream movies and TV shows on up to four devices simultaneously. To avoid any confusion, you can create individual profiles for each user, giving a somewhat customized experience.

Netflix Plans India: Yearly

Netflix Plans India Yearly & Monthly: How much does Netflix cost per month in India?

Unfortunately, unlike Amazon Prime, Disney+ Hotstar, Zee5, etc., Netflix currently has no monthly plans. According to Livemint, it is testing three long-term plans – 3 months 6 months, and 12 months. Taking into account the amount one spends yearly on Netflix subscriptions – ₹2388 for the Mobile-only plan, ₹5,988 for the Basic plan, ₹ 7,799 for the Standard, and ₹ 9,588 for the Premium plan – the yearly plans seem cheaper.

The ₹1,919 plan comes with a 3-month validity option, the 6-month plan costs ₹3,359, while the annual subscription will cost ₹4,799. The Premium plan costs ₹9,588 annually. When you analyze these three plans, they seem rather cheap compared to the normal Netflix Plans India.



What is Netflix?

Netflix is an over-the-top streaming service that offers a wide variety of TV shows, anime, movies, documentaries, and more. You can watch as much as you want without having to endure a single advertisement. On a commute? Waiting in a line? Or just bored? You can watch the content on Netflix anytime you want. The service keeps adding exciting content every week.

Where can I watch it?

You can watch Netflix anywhere, anytime, on your various devices. Make surer you have an active plan, an internet connection, and a device full of battery. Sign in with your Netflix account and instantly watch content from your personal computer or a smartphone. You can also watch the content on smart TVs, tablets, streaming media players, and game consoles.

What can I watch on Netflix?

Netflix’s extensive repository includes films, TV shows, anime, documentaries, award-winning Netflix originals, etc. There are no limits as to how much content you can watch.

How much does Netflix cost?

Subscription plans for Netflix in India range from ₹199 to ₹799, which you can pay monthly. Whichever plan you choose, you won’t encounter pesky ads, neither will you have to pay any extra charge.

How do I cancel?

When it comes to canceling subscriptions, Netflix is quite flexible. You can quickly drop out of your current plan without getting involved in any irritating contracts and commitments. There aren’t any cancellation fees either.

Why is Netflix so expensive in India?

Netflix charges exorbitant rates as compared to its rivals because its policy reflects prosperous customers. The platform has been targeting English-speaking users in India who have an affinity for western shows.

Does Netflix provide a free trial?

Yes, Netflix provides a free trial of one month for new users. It won’t charge you a single penny, and you are free to cancel before the service begins if you don’t like it. But for a successful trial, you’ll need to add your card details. But as I said, you won’t be charged.

Is Amazon Prime or Netflix better?

When it comes to content, both the OTT platforms are neck-to-neck. But if you are looking for value, it’s unequivocally Amazon Prime since for ₹999 on an annual basis; you get access to Prime delivery options, Prime Video, and Prime Video.


These are the Netflix Plans India. You can choose depending on how many times you watch it since subscribing to a Premium plan would be foolish if you watch it once or twice a month. I share the Premium Plan with my three other friends to watch 4K Ultra movies on my laptop.

Without a doubt, Netflix’s plans are quite exorbitant compared to other streaming services such as Amazon Prime, Disney+ Hotstar, Voot, Zee5, etc. Netflix’s content is loved in every nook and corner of the earth (except for North Korea, Syria, and Crimea) because of its compelling content and original TV shows/movies. No matter which plans you opt for, you will enjoy every content on Netflix.


Are you currently subscribed to any of Netflix’s plans? If yes, which one is it? If you aren’t, what will make you opt for Netflix as compared to its rivals? Tell us your opinions in the comments section.

Saurabh Jadhav
I am an ambivert, an avid reader, a movie buff, a tea connoisseur, and a staunch fan of Priyanka Chopra Jonas. I like to give my insights through words, which come naturally to me. They also help me to express the myriads of emotions I go through. When not working, I'm either watching the latest tech videos or flipping through pages.