Netflix Reportedly Plans to Go Global in 2016


We already know that one of Netflix’s major goals is to make its content available globally, but it looks like the streaming service might achieve this objective sooner rather than later. According to a Netflix spokesman, the plan would be for the streaming giant to go global in 2016.

‘The plan is to go global next year,’ a Netflix spokesman told Daily Mail Australia. ‘It means subscribers won’t have to worry about whether there’s 8000 titles available in the US and only about 2000 in Australia,’ he added.

However, as we’ve mentioned before, this could only be possible by sealing ground-breaking international licensing deals, so we’re eagerly waiting to hear more about how Netflix plans to reach its ultimate goal.

Netflix is also preparing to launch a fresh user-friendly interface for Australian users soon. Read more about it here.

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