Netflix with ads could cost between $7 and $9 per month

Netflix’s forthcoming ad-supported tier could represent a significant discount on the company’s existing plans

According to Bloomberg, the streaming giant is considering a monthly price between $7 and $9

. For context, the company’s current “Basic” plan starts at $10 per month and does not include HD streaming. 

You can pay as much as $20 every 30 days to access 4K content on Netflix.

The new tier could arrive in half a dozen markets before the end of the year, with a broader rollout planned for 2023

Bloomberg reports that Netflix wants to avoid many of the complaints that frequently come up with other ad-supported

streaming services. At first, the company plans to show only about four minutes of ads every hour and won’t place any at the end of a show or movie.

 Additionally, most people will see the same selection of ads, mainly because Netflix wants to avoid a situation where people see the same few advertisements repeatedly.

Bloomberg previously reported that Netflix doesn’t plan to show ads during kids content or original movies.