Google’s Special Deal: Netflix Pays Only 10% on Google Play

But Netflix went its own way.

During the Epic v. Google trial, it emerged that Netflix, like Spotify, negotiated a special 2017 deal. Google offered Netflix a 10% discount on Android in-app payments, letting Netflix retain 90% of revenue. This revelation is part of Epic Games’ lawsuit against Google over in-app purchase fees, impacting Google’s app store future.

Previously, Netflix paid Google 15% for Android in-app subscriptions. Netflix’s VP Paul Perryman mentioned Netflix once had its own payment method, paying about 3%, discontinued by Google. Google proposed a unique 10% deal, “LRAP++,” exclusive to Netflix, requiring a global commitment to Google Play Billing. Netflix declined, directing users to subscribe via a mobile browser.

While Spotify’s specifics weren’t disclosed, it’s evident major firms negotiate varied Google rates. Google stressed flexibility, offering rates based on developers’ needs and industry economics.

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