I’m sure plenty of you are already using Netflix in some way to stream all your favourite TV shows, but Netflix has announced today that from March 24, it will officially begin streaming in Australia.
The good news: from launch Netflix will be available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and the Wii U.
“Xbox has a long association with Netflix around the world, and with this announcement we’re excited to bring our partnership to the millions of Xbox owners across Australia and New Zealand,” said Jeremy Hinton, business group lead for Interactive Entertainment at Microsoft Australia. “With Xbox One we are committed to delivering the best entertainment experience in Australian and New Zealand living rooms.”
iiNet has secured the first un-metered agreement with Netflix, meaning that iiNet users can stream as much Netflix content as the wish without it contributing to their bandwidth cap.
“Offering our customers quota-free access to Netflix is yet another demonstration of iiNet’s commitment to providing our customers great, hassle-free entertainment experiences,” said David Buckingham, chief executive officer of iiNet. “iiNet is proud to facilitate consumers’ access to this great entertainment service.”
For more information you can head to the Netflix Australian Facebook page.