Global OTT video service Netflix launched a low-priced, mobile-screen only plan in India in July 2019. The plan costs Rs 199 ($2.9) per month. The plan does not include a weekly subscription option although the US company has been testing a weekly subscription option of Rs 65 ($0.94) since April 2019. The plan has three major limitations compared to a standard Netflix subscription in India; 1. Only one mobile device, smartphone or tablet, can be registered per account. 2. No HD or UHD content will be available. 3. Several features, such as the ability to cast (or mirror) the content from a mobile device to the TV set, are restricted. Netflix stated in a letter to shareholders that the decision to roll-out a lower-priced mobile-screen plan will help the video service reach a wider user base in the low pay TV ARPU market. Netflix is also working to expand the range of partnerships it has in India with telcos and pay TV operators.