Netflix In Zambia. Netflix Launches In Zambia & Other African Countries

Netflix In Zambia. Netflix Launches In Zambia & Other African Countries.

Netflix, the popular American multinational subscription-based Internet streaming media has spread its wings across the globe.

Netflix is nearly everywhere but China.

On Wednesday at the end of his CES keynote, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings announced that while he was talking, his streaming video giant more than tripled the number of countries it operates in, adding countries including major population centers like India and Indonesia, as well as Russia, South Korea, and many African Countries Zambia inclusive.

Zambians are already major fans of most of its content, particularly its original programmes and series.

The world’s leading internet TV service providers also stands the chance of ousting Multichoice’s digital satellite TV service, DSTV, as users have constantly complained about the company’s high monthly subscription fee.

However, with Zambia’s current economy challenges only the elite will be able to have the luxury to Netflix and Chill. Rampant electricity power cuts occur on the daily plus Internet online usage is still a challenge for many.

Monthly charges are as follows.

Basic – US$7.99

Standard – US$9.99

Premium – US$11.99