Netflix decided to save money from the amount of tax on the Apple service. We explain how you need to do to log in to start your account now.
Netflix and Apple's iTunes have broken sticks. Bottled apple service no longer allows new subscribers to subscribe to the streaming platform.
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Netflix responds to Apple's service and its tax amount through the platform, which charges between 15 and 30 percent in royalties. Despite testing the iTunes service in several countries, Netflix finally decided not to continue subscribing through the Apple service.
If you have an active Netflix subscription and pay through iTunes, you can continue this until you change the payment method or do not cancel your account. In those cases, you will need to re-register the subscription without the ability to use iTunes in the registry.
From January 2019, Apple users who want to subscribe to Netflix will have to register via the official platform website and enter the corresponding payment information. Now that you know, do not wait any longer.
Facts about Netflix
Netflix, Inc is an American commercial entertainment company that provides monthly streaming of multimedia content (mainly movies, television series and documentaries) online via the Internet and pre-sent DVD by mail. The company was founded in 1997 and is based in Los Gatos, California. He started his service on a subscription basis in 1999.
By 2009, Netflix offered a collection of 100,000 titles on DVD and surpassed 10 million subscribers. On February 25, 2007 Netflix delivered a billion DVD. In April 2011, the company had more than 23 million subscribers in the United States and more than 26 million worldwide.
For the first quarter of 2015, there were more than 60 million subscribers worldwide. A year later it reached 81.5 million, slightly exceeding its own predictions. Most of these new subscribers came out of the United States. In December 2016, it reached 89 million subscribers, of which 48 million were from the United States.
On January 16, 2014, the Oscar Square nomination became the first nomination in Netflix's original production history