An unusual step .. Netflix decides to cancel the contributions of some of its members

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Netflix said it will ask customers who have not used its platform during the past year, if they want to keep their subscriptions, and if the customer does not respond, we will automatically cancel the subscription.

The move by the company, which imposes an annual subscription, reflects Netflix’s confidence in its ability to compete with other powerful platforms.

“We ask everyone who has not seen anything for a year since joining, to confirm their desire to retain their membership,” Netflix said in its statement.

“We will do the same for anyone who has stopped watching for more than two years. Inactive customers will start seeing this via in-app notifications or emails this week,” explained product innovation director Eddie Wu.

Netflix indicated that its inactive accounts represent less than half a percent of its total membership base.

The company witnessed a large increase in the number of subscribers in the past quarter, as the new Corona virus kept hundreds of millions around the world in their homes, and the number of “Netflix” subscribers reached 183 million recently.

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Netflix said it will ask customers who have not used its platform during the past year, if they want to keep their subscriptions, and if the customer does not respond, we will automatically cancel the subscription.

The move by the company, which imposes an annual subscription, reflects Netflix’s confidence in its ability to compete with other powerful platforms.

“We ask everyone who has not seen anything for a year since joining, to confirm their desire to retain their membership,” Netflix said in its statement.

“We will do the same for anyone who has stopped watching for more than two years. Inactive customers will start seeing this via in-app notifications or emails this week,” explained product innovation director Eddie Wu.

Netflix indicated that its inactive accounts represent less than half a percent of its total membership base.

The company witnessed a large increase in the number of subscribers in the past quarter, as the new Corona virus kept hundreds of millions around the world in their homes, and the number of “Netflix” subscribers reached 183 million recently.

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