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Breaking News: Netflix Is Now Made Available In Nigeria And Some African Countries

You understand that feeling, like “i made it” right? Well, that is the feeling you get as Nigerian and citizens of other countries where Netflix is now available.

If you’re online always, then you must surely know the buzz created via hashtags on social media, about Netflix accepting several countries and approving them. There has been lots of updates which says that NetFlix is now available in Nigeria and some African countries, and Techopera can authoritatively confirm this information to be true!

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Netflix tv

The CEO and C0-Founder of NetFlix, Reed Hastings has also officially confirmed this information, which was disclosed in a press conference in Las Vegas, saying that the Online Streaming (NetFlix) will be available to a whooping number of new 130 countries around the world, and surprisingly, some African countries were included. He said this and we quote him directly;

 “Today, I am very excited to inform the general public, that while we have been here on stage at CES, we switched Netflix in Azerbaijan, in Vietnam, in India, in Nigeria, in Poland, in Russia, in Saudi Arabia, in Singapore, in South Korea, in Turkey, in Indonesia, and in a total of 130 new countries.”

Reading from the above statements, this means that all Nigerians can now access the Netflix online.

However, there are several questions asked by Nigerians online, on how to use NetFlix.

But before we give you the full tutorials on how to use Netflix, here are some very important information you need to know about this platform.

Netflix
Netflix

What Really is Netflix?

NetFlix is one of the world’s most popular online streaming service, a platform which is surely created to allows users streams the following;

  • Movies,
  • Tv shows,
  • Documentaries on the internet.

Unlike Youtube, Netflix can only be available and open to those, who pays a monthly subscription. The monthly subscription is really low, which is ONLY $8.

But if you converted $8 to Nigerian currency, and at the present exchange rate, the subscription fee should not be higher than N3,000 but it depends where you get your exchange from.

But the problem with most Nigerians, is not the subscription fee, but the major problems is these two;

  • Internet Subscription fee (Internet Data Bundles)
  • Slow Network Connection

Please take note that the NetFlix is offering one month free subscription for all her new users, so if this is your first time of using Netflix, please visit the NetFlix official website now and register and enjoy your one month free and pay for the later months of using their site.

Goodluck and share this information with your friends on social Media.

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