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Netflix launches in France, partners with third-largest telco

15
Sep
2014

Netflix launched its video streaming service in France on Monday and teamed up with Bouygues to offer its content on Frances third-largest telecom operators set-top boxes. California-based Netflix said in a statement its subscriptions would start at 7.99 euros ($10.35) a month and give access to films, series and documentaries on television, computers but also tablets, smartphones and game consoles. Bouygues Telecom said in a separate statement that it would feature access to Netflix services on its clients televisions starting in November. Vivendi-owned pay-TV operator Canal Plus has already launched its own streaming video services to blunt Netflixs arrival.

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