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Netflix bringing its streaming goodness to more Europeans later this year

Netflix's Reed Hastings

Netflix is about to spread its wings and fly to several new European countries as part of a sizeable expansion plan later this year. Without being too specific on when, the streaming video service announced that Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium and Luxembourg are the lucky six.

And that's about all there is to say about that right now. The new locations will be subject to the new, higher subscription pricing model – though Netflix hasn't confirmed how much yet – and there's of course a ridiculous number of devices upon which you can watch your content. Something you folks in those countries have been waiting on?

Source: Netflix

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Netflix bringing its streaming goodness to more Europeans later this year

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The UK library is pretty stale, the US library has an insane amount of content. Since I've got amazon instant video bundled with my prime sub don't really need Netflix UK but Amazon's service has still alot of way to go before its even comparable with Netflix.

I hope they start out with a good selection of content! Also, I hope everything will be available in English with Dutch subtitles as well and not only dubbed in French like a lot of content on Xbox Video...

+920, any form of dubbing when poorly done is atrocious lol.. Especially Hong Kong Cinema movies, best example is island of fire - the scene where Sammo hung is on the gatling gun his mouth is sealed shut yet the guy dubbing is screaming like he just crapped out his innards lol.

They need to bring the WP version up-to-date. The the rest of the platforms are more advance and its Kinda sad when you make a side by side comparison

Australia will suck. Foxtel have exclusive rights to everything man. Library will be terrible. Just keep using the US one

I wonder if they get it done correctly for Belgium, which is English voices, Dutch subtitles (or dubbed Dutch voice overs for children movies) AND French dubbed voice overs, all in 1 region, and preferable selectable on a per view basis.
Yeah I know, we're a small but complicated country.

Don't even get me started on Switzerland. We have 3 official languages and even speak Swiss German, which isn't one of the 3...

Hey Spain has Costa del Sol, wouldn't be fair to the rest of the world if you could have Netflix at the same time.

Well, Croatia just got Rdio, which is currently the second streaming service (next to Deezer) here, so I suppose getting Netflix on the same year would be an overkill. But we do need a good video on demand service. Currently only Oyo is available. That's our local provider which is extremely limited in content (Turkish, Spanish, and Indian soap operas and some domestic production).

Germany, yes!! Thank goodness, finally. I hope they offer films and shows in original language. We've got other services, but mostly they only show the German dubbed versions which I loathe...

So what about Hungary? Were don't have anything like this... Seriously, no streaming programs... That's sad :|

Dang, I red Netflix and the "bringing" and I though ohh poop a new update. Then I finish reading the title. :/

Well that they come to belgium is fun though dunno if our library will be huge. Why doesnt Xbox video doesnt start with a subscription? Make it in bundle with music i dont mind paying 20 euro for it.