subscribers react to news of a 10% price increase

has emailed its users to inform them of a 10 per cent price increase for its most popular video streaming plan. 

The increase will take effect from December 1, when will start charging £7.99 ($11 in the US) per month instead of £7.49 ($10 in the US) for a plan that includes HD and allows people to simultaneously watch programs on two different devices.

Several people have taken to Twitter to express their annoyance, with many claiming that should improve its selection in response to the price increase.

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Netflix has emailed its users to inform them of a 10 per cent price increase for its most popular video streaming plan

has emailed its users to inform them of a 10 per cent price increase for its most popular video streaming plan

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The increase will take effect from December 1, when will start charging £7.99 ($11 in the US) per month instead of £7.49 ($10 in the US) for a plan that includes HD and allows people to simultaneously watch programs on two different devices. 

The price for a plan that includes ultra-high definition, or 4K, video, and allows users to watch simultaneously on four different devices, is going up to £9.99 ($14 in the US) from £8.99 ($12 in the US) a month. 

A plan that limits subscribers to one screen at a time without high-definition will remain at £5.99 ($8 in the US) a month. 

started emailing its users this week to notify them of the price increase. 

The email reads: 'The cost of your membership will increase on Friday, December 1st 2017. 

'Why? So we can add more of what you like to watch. 

'Awesome entertainment built around you is what we're all about. 

'We've enhanced our features so you can download your favourites and watch without WiFi, too.' 

The price for a plan that includes ultra-high definition, or 4K, video, and allows users to watch simultaneously on four different devices, is going up to £9.99 ($14 in the US) from £8.99 ($12 in the US) a month.

A plan that limits subscribers to one screen at a time without high-definition will remain at £5.99 ($8 in the US) a month.

A spokesperson for said: 'From time to time, plans and pricing are adjusted as we add more exclusive TV shows and movies, introduce new product features and improve the overall experience to help members find something great to watch even faster.

Several people have taken to Twitter to express their annoyance at the price increase - which is the first in two years. Bethany McFarland tweeted: 'WHY is the price of Netflix going up again I literally pay £8 to watch 3 things'

Several people have taken to Twitter to express their annoyance at the

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