If you're one of the many people who only watches TV (or what passes for TV these days... streaming and suchlike. Shows, basically) on a smartphone, the rumoured new Netflix subscription could be tailor-made for you.
According to the Metro, Netflix is testing a £3 a month subscription just for smartphones and tablets. At the moment it's only in Malaysia and a few other test countries, but if it proves a successful strategy, it'd make sense for Netflix to roll it out everywhere.
Right now, the cheapest Netflix subscription available in the UK is the £5.99 a month Basic package, which only allows you to watch content in Standard definition (no HD or UHD) and only on one screen at a time, which could be a computer, TV, tablet or phone.
Presumably, the new package would only let you watch on one screen in total, not just at the same time. You'd probably have to register a particular device for it to work on.
However, it wouldn't be the hardest thing in the world to cast what's showing on your phone to a TV or another screen if people want to get around the limitation, though it'll require a bit of tech knowhow because we assume Netflix will disable Chromecast support on this subscription.
What do you think: does three quid a month for Netflix on your phone sound good, or will you be sticking with YouTube? Let us know in the comments.