Saturday, January 16, 2016

NETFLIX in Nigeria and have fun watching your favorite TV shows.

Netflix has launched in Nigeria, and the best part, its free for the first month which is almost through.

The CEO, Reed Hastings, announced this at his keynote address at the ongoing CES earlier this month.

“Today, I am delighted to announce that while we have been here on stage at CES, we switched Netflix in Azerbaijan, in Vietnam, in India, in Nigeria, in Poland, in Russia, in Saudi Arabia, in Singapore, in South Korea, in Turkey, in Indonesia, and in 130 new countries.”

To sign up for your own account just follow the normal sign up tab on Netfix website and follow the steps. You can use your debit card if you don’t have a credit card or Paypal account.

I am particularly very happy about this. Little by little, the monopoly of the DSTV will be really broken.
Now that Netflix is in Nigeria, should Dstv, startimes & Co be scared? Do we have the data? Is it opportunity for ISPs? Questions on my mind.
Is the current Nigerian broadband facilities able to sustain such data driven service?
What is going to be that major challenge now since we do not have much Nigerians ready for this type of service?
Because for me to pay 8 dollars a month for subscription and still pay for internet to watch the movies will not go too damn well with the way my bank account is setup and managed.
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