Citing fluctations in currency exchange rates, Adobe said it was rasing the price of its products in the U.K. and Sweden.
The exact price increases varied depending on the type of subscription, but users on Twitter reported rate increases of anywhere from 25% to 62%. Many blamed the move on Brexit, and some complained that U.K. prices were already too high.
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The price increases go into effect on March 6, the company said. Subscribers with annual plans won't see the increased pricing until the end of their current annual term — meaning that now might be a great time to convert your month-to-month subscription into a yearly one.
Existing customers are supposed to get a note about the new pricing directly from the company, but Adobe also published a short information page relating to the change at its website.
There is no word on any pricing change in the U.S. or other countries.