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Netflix Italy to launch in December at EUR 7.99/mth - report

Wednesday 13 May 2015 | 10:03 CET | News
Netflix is set to launch its video streaming service in Italy in December at a cost of EUR 7.99 per month, according to unnamed sources cited by Italian daily La Repubblica. The report said contacts with possible providers including Telecom Italia had been confirmed. The cost is in line with the price of subscriptions in other European countries such as France and Belgium, where the basic version of the service starts at EUR 7.99 per month, rising to EUR 8.99 per month for HD streaming and access from two devices, and EUR 11.99 per month for ultra HD over four devices. Other recent reports

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Netflix / Telecom Italia
Countries: Italy
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