Netflix is expanding these days. Yesterday, Sweden gained access to the world’s largest streaming service and today Denmark is live. Norway and Finland should follow shortly hereafter. The catalogue includes both American and local movies, TV shows and documentaries.
Update: Netflix is now also live in Norway and Finland.
Netflix in the Nordic countries
Netflix expanded to UK in early 2012 and now Netflix expands to four new countries; Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland. The two first are online now and the service is similarly priced at 79 kroner, despite the differences in the currency exchange rates.
Netflix is live in the Nordic countries
Netflix has partnered with Spotify and all Spotify Premium users will have free access to Netflix for the rest of the year. Non-Spotify users get the first month for free. Content varies from country to country but many US movies and TV shows are available. Netflix says that most content comes with local subtitle options and FlatpanelsHD has been able to confirm that.
Streaming boxes Apple TV, Philips HD Media Player, Western Digital TV Live
Smart TVs (2012 models) LG, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sony
Game consoles PlayStation 3, Wii, Xbox 360
Blu-ray players (2012 models) LG, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sony, Yamaha
Computers Mac, Windows PC
Home Cinema systems LG, Panasonic, Philips, Samsung, Sony
Smartphones and tablets Apple iOS, Google Android, Windows Phone
Do you live in one of the Nordic countries? What are your thoughts on Netflix?