Just under a month after Netflix dropped its least expensive ad-free plan in Canada, the streaming service has now done the same in the US and UK. New or rejoining subscribers can no longer select the $9.99/month basic plan, leaving only the $15.49(£10.99)/month or $19.99(£15.99)/month ad-free plans or the $6.99(£4.99)/month ad-supported plan in the US. Existing basic plan subscribers can keep their subscription, for now, as long as they don’t cancel or make any changes to their subscription. Meanwhile, Peacock is increasing its plan prices for everyone, effective August 17th for existing subscribers and immediate for new users. The ad-supported Premium plan is increasing from $4.99 to $5.99/month and the Premium Plus plan is increasing from $9.99 to $11.99/month. Annual pricing for these plans is increasing from $49.99 and $99.99 to $59.99 and $119.99 a year for the Premium and Premium Plus plans, respectively.