Netflix raised its prices in countries including the United States and Britain for the first time in two years.
A spokeswoman for the company, which provides direct viewing services, it will raise the value of subscription services in some European countries.
The company's regular monthly subscription rate of 50 pence will increase to £ 7.99, while the premium service rate for four users will rise at the same time by £ 1.99 to £ 9.99.
The increase will apply immediately to new users, while current users will change the subscription value 30 days before it is applied.
Among the countries in which the value of participation will increase Germany and France. The value of the subscription was adjusted in Canada, Latin America and Nordic countries earlier this year.