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Netflix is now in France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium and Luxembourg

Date: 19/09/2014 | 1 comment

Netflix EuropeWith the launch of Netflix in Belgium and Luxembourg today, Netflix is now available in six more European countries. Those countries add +60 million broadband households to Netflix potential market, which means they for one low monthly fee can now instantly stream Netflix’ enormous catalogue of films and shows. This includes large Hollywood productions, local and global TV shows and Netflix originals.

Reed Hastings, Netflix co-founder and CEO says Netflix has received a warm welcome throughout Europe. People in Europe love the large selection on Netflix, and to be able to choose whatever films and shows they want to watch, without commercials on nearly any device. In the new territories, it is in particularly the original Netflix series that has been received with enthusiasm.

Netflix is available from 7,99 EUR a month in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany and Luxembourg. In Switzerland the price is 11,90 CHF. And of course, in all markets there is a one-month free trail, so you anyone can instantly signup and begin to watch.

The content in each region is fully localized, meaning Netflix offers subtitles and dubbing on foreign language movies and TV shows. Every market has launched with more than 1000 titles, but in the coming months even more titles will be added. Flixfilm will help you stay updated on the daily new additions to Netflix in your region.

Get news and find new movies and series with Flixfilm in the following markets:

France: www.flixfilms.fr (news in French)
Germany: www.flixfilme.de (news in German)
Netherlands: www.flixfilms.nl (news in Dutch)






1 comment for Netflix is now in France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium and Luxembourg

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