Netflix releases Turkish offer

Thursday 22 September 2016 | 11:31 CET | News
Netflix released a truly Turkish service, using local language, currency and adding dozens of Turkish TV shows and movies in addition to Netflix's acclaimed original programming. It's offered starting at TRY 15.99 per month. Netflix also signed an agreement with its first local telecommunications partner, mobile provider Vodafone, and is already working with Turkish TV manufacturer Vestel. Later in October, Netflix will also start a broad partnership with Vodafone in Turkey.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Netflix / Vestel / Vodafone
Countries: Turkey
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