At the ongoing tech expo, CES 2016, Netflix has announced that it has activated its services in 130 additional countries all around the world, including India. Netflix streams TV shows, documentaries, and movies to its subscribers for a monthly fee, and it even streams original content that is produced by the company itself.
Netflix.com is available in India right now, and you can subscribe for its video streaming service for a monthly price starting from Rs. 500. This entry-level plan will let you watch SD videos on one devices at a time. The Rs. 650 monthly plan will let you watch HD videos on two devices at a time. The Rs. 800 plan lets you stream content in 4K (when available for that particular video).
Netflix’s apps are available for almost every platform including Android, iOS, Apple TV, Chromecast, Tizen, and all other smart TV platforms. Starting today, Netflix will be available all over the world except China, North Korea, Syria, and Crimea, and the company believes that it might be able to start offering its services in these countries in the near future.
The best thing about Netflix is that you can watch the content you love at any place and any time that is suitable to your needs. I enjoy most of the TV shows produced by Netflix including Jessica Jones, House of Cards, and Bloodline. What do you think about Netflix? Would you be interested in subscribing to Netflix or do you think the monthly subscription plan is too costly for India?
Computer science engineer turned technology blogger. Following consumer electronics industry closely from 2006, he can now predict pretty much where the market is heading. He has a dream to own Android, Windows Phone and iOS smartphones all at the same time.