Netflix expects subscriber growth to slow in the second quarter as the film and TV streaming firm continues to roll out price rises.
The company reported strong sales and profits for the first quarter, including 9.6 million new subscribers
However, Netflix expects that number to slow between April and June.
The company is lifting its prices across the US, Brazil, Mexico and some parts of Europe to help fund the production of its own content.
Most recently, Disney and Apple separately announced that they will be launching their own rival streaming services.
Netflix said it is "excited to compete" with its new rivals, adding: "We don't anticipate that these new entrants will materially affect our growth."