Netflix Expanding Further To Asia in South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong And Taiwan
Moving forward with its global rollout plan by next year end, today Netflix, Inc. announced that it will enter the markets of Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan in the first half of 2016.
This month, Netflix expanded to Asia as it started providing services in Japan. When the service is launched the Internet users can subscribe to Netflix for instantly watching a selection of movies and TV shows in high-definition or Ultra HD 4K on almost any screen connected to the Internet.
Netflix subscribers can connect to the Internet for watching their favorite shows and movies from the curates list as they like on any chosen device. It also gives the members an opportunity to start watching the videos on a particular device, pause if desired and then start again where they left switching to another device at home or while on the move.
Chief executive officer of Netflix, Reed Hastings said, "The combination of increasing Internet speeds and ubiquity of connected devices provides consumers with the anytime, anywhere ability to enjoy their favorite TV shows and movies on the Netflix service. He added "These four markets well represent those trends."
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