Netflix’s long promised crackdown on password sharing will begin in the coming months, the firm says.

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Netflix will begin its crackdown on password sharing in the coming months by charging extra fees to members who share accounts with people outside of their household. The move is aimed at boosting subscribers and has been trialled in some countries but has yet to be rolled out in the UK or US. The company is also shutting down its DVD rental service, which launched the firm 25 years ago. Netflix has been struggling to reignite growth, which has slowed sharply due to competition and rising costs. It shed over one million subscribers in the first half of 2022 but managed to make up those losses later in the year, helped by gains in Asia. The company introduced a less expensive streaming option with advertisements last year and cut prices in 116 countries in an effort to entice more sign-ups.

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