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CES 2016: Netflix India expected to launch at Las Vegas show

Netflix, the popular on-demand video streaming service, is expected to announce its India launch at CES 2016 in Las Vegas which starts on Tuesday.

By: Tech Desk | New Delhi | Updated: January 5, 2016 12:53 pm
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This might be one of the best news global consumer electronics show CES might ever give to most Indian tech enthusiasts- Netflix coming to India. The popular on-demand video streaming service is expected to expand to a lot of markets in 2016, and India is definitely on its cards.

At the upcoming CES 2016, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings will deliver a keynote on January 6 in Las Vegas. On the same day, the company will interact with Indian tech journalists covering the event there.

Netflix has reportedly partnered with a telecom operator for 4G networks. While the company is yet to disclose its, anyone can guess it to be either Airtel 4G or Reliance Jio.

Several Netflix fans here use third-party tools to access content. With the official launch, the subscription rate per month is expected to be between Rs 500 and Rs 700.

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  1. मनीष
    Jan 3, 2016 at 5:31 am
    Every time when India is terrorized by stanis, Indian Muslims have provided support to those stani terrorists. Enough is enough. Excluding the SICKulars, any Indian who wants to contribute to the war against terrorism in India, should stop buying things made in an Islamic country and stop doing business with a Muzzie owned store/business. You have to act!
    1. S
      Jan 3, 2016 at 2:33 pm
      They would block all except regional versions. Netflix has a different version for each country it operates in and they go to great lengths to protect it.
      1. U
        Jan 3, 2016 at 1:47 pm
        There can be two problems which can affect Netflix in India. There are barely any high speed true unlimited(no data caps) internet packages in India which is required for any streaming service as FHD videos take a lot of bandwidth. Secondly a high amount of censorship might make make many of the shows not worth seeing.
        1. C
          Jan 2, 2016 at 6:49 pm
          Why does Netflix bother? Who wants to watch the sanskari versions of television shows? I'd rather stream it and get it uncensored.