Netflix shocked the world of technology (and investors) with its unprecedented expansion to 130 countries yesterday. The famous video streaming service will now be available in 190 countries, almost every country on earth.
So, according to the company's announcement, the service is also available in Greece (you can already register for one month of free steam, but you will need to provide credit card information, or an account on PayPal).
Its original content Netflix, worth billions of dollars, is available around the world but the exact list for users varies by country. This is because the licensing is different from a market purchase and also the service cares for its content based on what it thinks it will like to the locals.
This may be irritating as the service usually has popular shows to keep its content. In fact, global expansion has opened up a new world of opportunity for users though they are, of course, available to invest little in specific software.
If you buy VPN, software that allows you to access the Internet from another country, then you will be able to access Netflix's entire program and not just what is offered in your country.
But it works in 2 ways. Classic movies and shows may have been removed from the US and other Western countries but are available in some of the new countries. You may like Korean dramas or other specific content.
You just need to know where to look! Following these developments we believe someone will post a list of what is available and which.
Here you can see all countries where the service is available:
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