Netflix Launching In Australia In March 2015

After years of speculation, it’s official: streaming TV service Netflix will launch in Australia (and New Zealand) in March next year.

Details beyond that are scant: we don’t have pricing, content deals or any information on ISP partnerships.

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The shows Netflix mentions in its announcement are mostly ones it produces itself, which are the one area where it generally won’t have to battle against long-term rights deals held by Foxtel and local free-to-air networks.

The timing isn’t altogether surprising, given that rival service Stan is expected to launch in February.


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