It'll be easier for Aussie globetrotters to tune into Netflix when the streaming video service launches in Australia this coming Tuesday, March 24 – but how much will you pay, and what shows will be on offer?
If a leak discovered by a canny user of the Reddit forum is on the money – and there's every sign that's the case – a Netflix Australia subscriptions will range from $9 to $15 per month, depending on the quality of video and how many screens you want to use at the one time.
The entry-level $8.99/month deal gets you standard definition video on a single screen – be it your TV, laptop, tablet or even a smartphone. That'll require about 3Mbps as your download speed.
A more detailed HD stream will cost $11.99/month and includes a second simultaneous stream onto another device, as long as your Internet speeds can deliver a reliable 5Mbps downstream.
A mix of 4K ('Ultra HD') and HD streaming to up to four screens will set you back $14.99 per month, with 4K demanding a fully-fibre NBN connection with download speeds north of 25Mbps.
Update: Netflix has now confirmed these prices.
For a sneak peek at the Netflix Australia shows, check out these alleged screenshots from the service's content library.
We know that many Australian Business Traveller readers already subscribe to Netflix in the USA by dint of some clever technical work-arounds.
But for those who've been waiting for Netflix to launch in Australia, making its vast catalogue of TV shows and movies available with zero hassle, are the reported prices and show roster hitting the mark for you to sign up?
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