Netflix is expanding its international service. The new Netflix market contains Mexico among some countries of Central America, and others of South America. These new members will be given access to content in Spanish, Portuguese and English. They will be able to watch local, American and global TV.
Netflix launched its instant streaming service in the United State in 2007, eight years after it launched its DVDs-by-mail service. U.S. Netflix customers can buy a streaming-only subscription for $7.99 per month, or mix streaming and mailed DVDs under plans starting at $9.99 per month.
Its first international market was Canada last year. Now, the company has said it will launch in 43 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean later this year.
For the moment, we need to wait until Netflix reveals what are those new 43 countries, by now we know that Mexico and Brazil are among them.