New Delhi, jan 8 (Big Wire) US based subscription driven streaming service Netflix launched in around 130 countries including India on January 6.
India might be one of its biggest markets considering that it is the largest populated among the countries where Netflix launched.
In a country having more than 4 crore Internet users, Netflix comes with a huge library of full length movies, documentaries and TV shows. They include Hindi movies as well.
One can watch them from any Internet-connected device that offers a Netflix app, such as a computer, gaming console, DVD or Blu-ray player, HDTV, set-top box, home theater system, phone or tablet.
In India, following a one-month trial, Netflix will offer its basic package for Rs.500, HD quality package for Rs.650 and HD and Ultra-HD package for Rs.800.
During its free trial, one can watch unlimited movies and TV shows episodes over the Internet on one’s TV via PS3, Wii, Xbox 360 or any other Netflix enabled devise. There will not be any commercial in between.
After the one month trial, one’s membership will automatically continue. Netflix membership is a month-to-month subscription that begins at sign up.
Netflix will bill a subscriber once per month on the date he signed up. A subscriber can however cancel his membership anytime.