Editorial: TV / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord /Telegram Netflix lost an unprecedented number of subscribers this year, forcing it to look for new ways to improve its income. One of them was to start charging more to people who share their account with friends or family, an initiative that, as you can imagine, generated the apathy of thousands of consumers. While the complaints of the users do not stop invading the social networks, a competitor knew how to take advantage of the controversy. In case you didn’t know, the extra charge for sharing accounts came to certain regions as part of a pilot program. Now, it has been confirmed that users from Argentina and other Central American countries will be the next to have to pay an additional amount for sharing their passwords.
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“#ChauNetflix”, Amazon Prime Video makes fun of Netflix and causes a furor on social networks
With good reason, consumers in those territories expressed their disgust through social networks such as Twitter. Neither short nor lazy, the account for Latin America of Prime Video, Amazon’s popular streaming service, joined the conversation with a unique meme that has already given much to talk about. Specifically, the profile shared an image where we see Homelander, the protagonist of The Boys, with his arms outstretched with the word “Welcome” at the bottom. The hint towards his rival is in the body of the tweet, as we can read the hashtags #ChauNetflix and #HolaPrimeVideo along with an emoticon of the Argentine flag.
Surprisingly, the streaming service’s bold post was liked by most netizens. While some users joked that Amazon should give the Community Manager a raise, others said they will hire the service. Of course, there were also those who attacked the user interface and other elements of Prime Video.
Phone for my boss ☎️— Prime Video LATAM (@PrimeVideoLat) July 19, 2022
Without fear of success my Primes. 💙- Prime Video LATAM (@PrimeVideoLat) July 19, 2022
In addition, they give you more than 30 games— Mr.Knight (@ElianXDXDXDXD) July 19, 2022
The good son always comes home. 😎— Prime Video LATAM (@PrimeVideoLat) July 19, 2022
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