Re: NetFlix International Subscribers But you said this,
However, if the monthly subscription cost in the US is a barrier for Netflix in another country due to a lower average income, then Netflix cannot afford to show that content there since they won't be able to charge the same customer rates as in the US.
Talking about the subscription cost, and lower average income (of the users?), when they are charing the same now, so you are confusing me a bit now.
I thought Netflix started as a DVD rental company that spun-off streaming as a bonus feature, that quickly took over.
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Re: NetFlix International Subscribers
said by bklass:Also in Scandinavia (and the rest of the UK). »en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netflix#International
I think Netflix has started streaming in England and Ireland, and some other places in South America[...]
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Re: I am dropping NETFLIX!
said by cableties:Yes, excellent series and interesting view of home life during the war. You'll probably also like George Gentley.
(PS, if you like mystery, WWII, I recommend Foyle's War)
Netflix is a bit hit-and miss, they'll get the first year or two of a series then never get the rest.
I gave my folks a years subscription to NF for Christmas. They are hooked on it.
I'm thinking of Amazon Prime or Hulu Plus as a companion to NF. No cable or sat here, just not worth the cost and constant commercials. I never thought HBO or Showtime were worth the cost when I had cable or sat.
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