You can now “Netflix and chill” in Nigeria and 129 other countries

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Netflix is an American compamy providing on-demand Internet streaming media. The company has announced service availability in 130 new countries including Nigeria, India, South Africa, Singapore, Vietnam, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey.


Netflix had earlier extended its service to some European countries last year, including France, Germany and Spain, and had stated that it was targeting a total of 200 countries by the end of 2016. This current expansion means that Netflix is now available in over 190 countries.


  1. good move by Netflix, but without cheaper and faster broadband this won’t be something people will use a lot. plus we’re not yet accustomed to subscriptions to access media content

  2. With the crappy epileptic network and expensive data we get served by our Telcos I really don’t see how this is a big deal in Naija as of today,definitely a good one for the future though..

  3. A lot of people seem to already be using it, even without cheaper and faster broadband, so it isn’t as big a hindrance as you think.Those who can, will.

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