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Why would they? Do they pay you back when your ISP can't provide enough bandwidth for 4K? How much is 4K on top of regular Netflix service? Is it worth worrying about?





Why would they? Because they charge extra for it and they're themselves have stopped providing this service.

>and they're themselves have stopped providing this service //

Is it them, or is it overselling by ISPs?


There's no evidence the ISPs were overloaded by Netflix traffic recently. Note that this conversation was with politicians, not ISPs.

Weren't they told (or asked) to?

Does it matter? If a company is told to stop selling a service by any other governmental organization (e.g. due to privacy or health concerns), they also should stop charging the subscription.

The EU commission stopped them providing 4k, not netflix

>How much is 4K on top of regular Netflix service?

4 euro a month (or 33% increase).




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