The streaming service, which last increased its fees in October 2015, is raising the prices of a few of their subscription plans by 10 percent, Variety reports. For those currently paying $9.99 per month for HD streaming on a maximum of two screens at a time, the price will change to $10.99.
For subscribers of the premium-tiered family plan, which allows streaming on up to four devices at a time along with Ultra HD 4K quality video, the price jumps from $11.99 to $13.99 per month. However, the basic non-HD plan, which only allows streaming on one device at a time, will remain $7.99 per month.
New members are already seeing the change, as it went into effect on Oct. 5. Meanwhile, Netflix will give current subscribers at least a 30-day notice — based on their billing cycle — before implementing the new rates. Expect the price increase to be rolled out over the next few months.
Season 2 of Stranger Things premieres Oct. 27 and Season 3 of Fuller House is already available to stream.