Netflix customers in Luxembourg pay 37% more for their subscription than their counterparts in the US, a study has found.
Tech review firm Comparitech compared the differences in library size and monthly costs of the video on demand platform in 78 countries around the world.
Luxembourg listed 4,534 titles when the data was gathered in September, with customers paying on average €7.99 per month. It was the seventh most-expensive place to subscribe. Per title it works out at a rate of $0.00199, ranking the grand duchy as the thirty-second most cost-effective country in the index, just behind Singapore and ahead of Slovakia.
The report, which was published on 26 November, found that Canada, with over 5,500 titles, was the most cost-effective country to subscribe to Netflix. Customers in the US and UK paid 10-13% more per title than Canadian customers.
The report identified 10 countries in which Netflix was good value for money: Canada, Colombia, India, Mexico, Brazil, Japan, US, Australia, UK and Pakistan. The least cost-effective country for customers was Denmark.