Couch potatoes, did you hear the good news yet? There is a new thing to make sure that the streak of laziness in you doesn’t die out untimely, and that is, Netflix!
The popular streaming service, in a global expansion move, has now been rolled out in 129 more countries. The only exception in these big countries include China, which well is China, they already have enough sources of entertainment. 😛
The reason it is so popular is because with just one subscription which starts from Rs.500 you can access high-quality global content on iPhone, iPad, Android smartphone or tablet, Windows phones and tablets, on the web browser on a PC, Smart TV platforms, Apple TV box, Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox consoles as well as stream using a Google Chromecast supported device and Blu-Ray players. Pretty cool, isn’t it?
Yet there is one problem, the Internet! Without fast Internet, the buffering may take ages and you may be stuck with popcorns in your hand till the morning. Naturally, with so much going on, people had to vent out!
Some were visibly excited
I’m excited. Are you excited? I’m excited! #NetflixIndia
— Anuya (@effyourstylist) January 6, 2016
Now I can’t wait to go home #NetflixIndia 👀
— Radhika Apte (@radhika_apte) January 6, 2016
Some mocked how most won’t understand the concept of it, and even if they do, the Internet speed will surely have other plans (Because, India!)
“What? No cash on delivery?” #NetflixIndia
— Ashwin Mushran (@ashwinmushran) January 7, 2016
— Sanjay Manaktala (@smanak) January 6, 2016
Indians ask for refund as they did not find Taarak Mehta ka Ulta Chashma on #NetflixIndia
— Yash (@theyashbhardwaj) January 6, 2016
Airtel ads from tomorrow: To enjoy #NetflixIndia in the best possible way get Airtel 4G.
— Alekhya Das (@iAlekhyaDas) January 6, 2016
I can watch all missed CID episodes and Nayak movie now. #NetFlixIndia
— Yash Bhut (@Yashsep) January 6, 2016
— zaheer (@drzzzzzz) January 6, 2016
Netflix is Sharmaji ka beta for Indian Cable providers. #NetflixIndia
— Musafir Hu Yaaro (@Height_Of_Crazy) January 6, 2016
#NetflixIndia so that you can ”Netflix & Shaadi Ki Baat”.
— Sand-d Singh (@Sand_In_Deed) January 6, 2016
And obviously, India hai, censorship toh zaroori hai (Bachche bigad rahe hai)
— Raja Sen (@RajaSen) January 7, 2016
Desperately waiting for the 9 pm debate on Arnab’s show about censorship on Netflix (Not really) 😛