Netflix wants to charge subscribers who share their password with friends outside their household, Samsung launches new affordable smartphones Galaxy A33 5G and Galaxy A53 5G, Amazon complicates the procedure for canceling its subscription, this is the recap .
Netflix wants to hunt down its subscribers who share their account with their friends by charging them to add additional profiles. Samsung has unveiled two new mid-range smartphones with interesting features: the Galaxy A33 5G and Galaxy A53 5G. Amazon has made the procedure for unsubscribing from Amazon Prime more complex year after year, here is the summary of the news that should not be missed from yesterday, Thursday March 17, 2022.
Amazon has complicated the procedure for canceling its Prime subscription
Internal Amazon documents uncovered by Business Insider expose “Project Illiad,” a multi-step strategy to reduce Amazon Prime churn and retain optimal revenue from subscribers to the service. For this, Amazon has gradually made the unsubscribe process more complex over the years, which seems to have paid off.
To read : Amazon Prime – canceling your subscription has become hell
Samsung launches two new smartphones in France: the Galaxy A33 5G and Galaxy A53 5G
Like every year, Samsung is back with its new mid-range Galaxy A smartphones, which promise a solid technical sheet at an affordable price. The Galaxy A33 5G and A53 5G promise, as their name suggests, 5G compatibility, a SoC engraved in 5 nm, four cameras and a large AMOLED FHD screen, all under the 500 euro mark.
To read : Galaxy A33 5G and A53 5G – Samsung unveils its most affordable smartphones, cardboard guaranteed
Netflix wants you to checkout if you share your account with your friends
Netflix has launched a trial in some South American countries aimed at encouraging account holders to pay extra to add other users outside of their own household. They will have to pay an additional 3 euros per additional user on the same account (up to two maximum).
To read : Netflix wants to charge more for subscribers who share their password with their friends