Netflix goes live in Mexico, Central America, Caribbean

Tuesday 13 September 2011 | 09:00 CET | News
Online movie rental company Netflix has arrived in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. Customers in the region will be able to access the service for a monthly price of MXN 99 in Mexico and USD 7.99 in Central America and the Caribbean. Netflix offers a one-month free trial for users in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. Netflix offers movies and TV shows that can be watched instantly, anytime and anywhere, via computer, Sony PS3, Nintendo Wii and certain models of the Samsung Smart TV. Coming soon in Mexico will be Microsoft Xbox. Netflix members in Mexico, Central America and

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Netflix
Countries: Caribbean / Central America / Mexico
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