Tired of seeing this? Well, worry no more cause netflix has extended its service to almost all of the world including Nepal.
The firm announced it had switched on its service in 130 additional countries. It said it was still trying to expand to China. The other exceptions are North Korea, Syria and Crimea, where it is banned from operating by US law. The announcement was made by the firm’s chief executive Reed Hastings at his keynote speech at the CES tech show in Las Vegas. He also confirmed that Netflix would begin offering HDR (high dynamic range) content later this year.
The company’s shares closed the day more than 9% higher.
Netflix allows you to stream different movies and TV shows online for a monthly price of $8 ($10 for HD and $12 for ultra HD). The payment is not the only thing that is of problem, however. Streaming online means you definitely need to have a good enough Internet browsing speed.