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Netflix coming to the Nordic countries in 2012
Netflix confirms Nordic launch in late 2012

15 Aug 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

We already knew but today Netflix has officially announced that the service is coming to Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland before year-end. Users can expect both local and international content.

Netflix confirms Nordic launch

People in the four Nordic countries can expect Netflix to shake up things in the TV business later in 2012. Netflix has confirmed their launch plans.

Netflix confirms Nordic launch
Netflix confirm Nordic launch


Netflix has already revolutionized the way Americans watch TV. By offering movies, TV shows and documentaries over the Internet users can watch content whenever and wherever they like for a low monthly cost. Supported devices include PC, Mac, tablet, smartphone, Smart TV, game console, Blu-ray player, etc.

Netflix has not shared many details about actual content deals but says that customers should expect “a range of local and international TV shows and movies – many in HD quality and with Dolby Digital Plus surround sound”.

Details about pricing, content and supported devices will be announced closer to launch. Netflix teases a “low monthly price”. In USA Netflix costs $8 USD per month. Curious consumers can check into their local Netflix website and subscribe to the e-mail newsletter for further information.

- Source: Netflix press release



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