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Netflix now available in Australia and New Zealand

Discussion in 'Tech News World' started by Princess, Mar 24, 2015.

  1. Princess

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    Netflix has announced that it will be bringing its service to Australia and New Zealand. This would be the first time Netflix will be launching in the Asia Pacific region. The company is said to launch next in Japan.


    Customers in this region can subscribe for 8.99 AUD per month to avail the SD service. For HD content, you’ll have to shell out 11.99 AUD and 4K content is priced at 14.99 AUD.

    For those unaware, Netflix is an online streaming service where you can stream movies and TV shows for a monthly rental. There are no limits to how much you watch once you subscribe. Other than third party content, Netflix also has some original shows, such as House of Cards and Orange is the New Black. The service was previously only available in US, Canada, and some European countries.