Netflix intends to expand their market share, and as part of their efforts to do so, they have decided to roll out their Netflix service over in Australia as well as Middle Earth – I mean, New Zealand, where this rollout is set to happen in March next year. Netflix happens to be a leading Internet TV network that has a slew of original series, movies, documentaries, and special TV shows, offering something for everyone regardless of their budget.
This expansion Down Under and in New Zealand will see Internet-connected users be able to subscribe to Netflix and enjoy shows in high-definition or even 4K wherever it is available. It is said that at launch, the premium and unique Netflix offering will come with original series including Marco Polo, BoJack Horseman and a slew of other kid-friendly titles.
Netflix first launched their online service all the way back in 2007, which is more or less an eternity in terms of the technology world, and they have worked on improving user experience all this while, which just goes to explain their staying power in this highly competitive arena. As for details concerning pricing, programming and supported devices, those will be released as the launch date draws nearer. [Press Release]
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