Are subscribers willing to pay more for Netflix?
Are subscribers willing to pay more for Netflix? - 
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Netflix is scheduled to report earnings tomorrow. Over the past few months, Netflix’s 58 million U.S. subscribers have started to see monthly price increases of $1 or $2 for different plans. As popular as Netflix programs like "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo" and "Orange is the New Black" have been, are subscribers willing to pay more for Netflix — especially when the streaming market is becoming increasingly crowded?

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