Some of your entertainment services are set to increase in price
A range of major services are set to increase their prices.
In an email sent out to their customers the premium rate which is currently set at €11.99 is set to increase to €12.99 on February 28. The company said: "We're updating our prices to bring you more great entertainment. Your monthly price will be increased by €1 to €12.99 on 28 February 2021.'' However, those who have the standard account will not see an increase in price from €7.99.
With Disney+ content set to double in February, there will be an addition of a new section called Star. This will result in an increased price for customers. The current price per month is €6.99 which will increase to €8.99 a month. And the year price will go from €69.99 to €89.99.
There is going to be a small increase in price for Spotify users from March 1st. The individual will go from €9.83 per month to €9.99 per month. The duo from €12.29 per month to €12.49 per month. Family (six Spotify accounts) will go from €14.75 per month to €14.99 per month and Student from €4.91 per month to €4.99 per month.
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