Netflix’s password-sharing crackdown costs $7.99 per month.

Unless you pay for them to share your account, Netflix is poised to delete your best friend's account.

The specifics of how Netflix's crackdown on password sharing would impact US subscriber

And how much it will cost to keep additional users on your account were made public on Tuesday.

You can add one more user who can use the service outside your home for $7.99 more per month if you have the

Netflix Premium bundle with 4K streaming, but each one will still cost an additional $7.99. 

The new regulations aren't just being implemented in the US; in the UK, Netflix will charge users £4.99 per month for additional member slots.

There is no provision for adding additional users to an account for Netflix's two cheapest plans, Basic or Standard with Ads ($9.99 and $6.99 per month, respectively).

Starting on Tuesday, US Netflix users who use the service "outside their household" will receive an email from the company outlining its password-sharing regulations.