The internet is filled with advertisements for Netflix and HBO, and the company is no stranger to these commercials.
As part of its attempt to improve the experience of watching TV, Netflix introduced an “all-you-can-eat” option for its customers last year, which allowed subscribers to watch more than just the basic channels.
The company said the feature, which launched on October 13, allowed for more viewers to get a taste of what it’s all about.
In the latest ad, however, Netflix is showing a picture of its “all you can watch” menu on a screen with a lot of ads.
The caption reads, “Watch Netflix with no ads on your TV, phone or computer.”
The video is clearly designed to show viewers that there is a lot more content available for free to subscribers than what Netflix is currently offering.
The only ads that remain are the ones that tell viewers to “buy now” to avoid any extra charges.
“Buy now and watch more, with a one-time fee of $7.99 per month,” the ad reads.
Netflix has faced criticism over its pricing, but the company has been quick to point out that its pricing model is fair and not too expensive for most people.
“Netflix is the best deal for anyone in the US who wants to watch a full slate of top TV shows, including a few you may not know,” the company said in a statement.
The ad comes as Netflix has seen its share price slump from a high of $60 per share to $19 per share.
The stock is down as much as $30 a share since the company launched its “All-You-Can-Watch” option in October.
The latest ad comes in the wake of Netflix’s move to end the subscription service for its existing subscribers.
As reported by Business Insider, the company announced that it was going to end its free trial in December, and will stop offering all new subscribers the option to buy a $7 annual membership.
The move was seen as a way to drive up the price of the service.
Netflix is offering a free trial of its new All-You