Netflix’s new password-sharing coverage received’t apply to your Tesla

When you personal a Tesla and have been questioning if Netflix is about to cost you for utilizing the streaming service in your automobile, there’s some excellent news for you.

As reported by Drive Tesla Canada, a consultant for the corporate has confirmed that it’s going to not cost subscribers further for utilizing Netflix of their Tesla. House owners of the electrical automobile have been involved that the streaming service would think about the vehicles as an additional member as a part of its new password-sharing coverage, however that, fortunately, doesn’t seem like the case.

Whereas the precise particulars weren’t shared with us it was confirmed that Tesla house owners is not going to be required to log in at their dwelling location as soon as monthly, and that we will proceed to make use of the streaming service from the place ever our vehicles are situated with out the concern of being locked out. There may be additionally no have to buy an extra member on your account, one thing which prices $7.99 monthly and which Netflix on-line assist brokers have been advising Tesla house owners to take action they don’t get locked out.

Netflix introduced final week that it was increasing its crackdown on password sharing in 4 extra nations. The corporate revealed that the brand new coverage is now lively in Canada, New Zealand, Portugal, and Spain. Whereas these nations are impacted instantly, Netflix does say that will probably be rolling out the coverage “extra broadly within the coming months,” so we will all anticipate to be hit with it by the tip of this yr.

The brand new password-sharing coverage costs prospects who share their password with customers who stay exterior of their dwelling addresses. Thus far, it appears that evidently the fee to maintain these further customers is round $5 USD to $7 USD per person, monthly.

As a result of coverage making use of to the whole lot exterior of your property tackle, Tesla house owners have been naturally involved that Netflix would require further fee for utilizing the streaming service of their automobile as properly. Fortunately, they appear to have dodged that further price…for now.

The information comes as Tesla recalled over 300,000 autos for crash issues with the automobile’s Full Self-Driving Beta.