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In November, the Google-owned streaming service Netflix India pulled its content from its main streaming platform, Vudu, which is based in the United States.
Now, it is pulling out all the stops to make its content available to India’s biggest and most populous country.
“We are delighted to announce that Netflix will be rolling out in India in the coming days,” Netflix India said in a statement.
“The platform is available on all major platforms including Vududu and Play Store.
We are also adding additional platforms and will update our roadmap shortly.”
Netflix has more than 2.5 million subscribers in India.
It is also a pioneer in bringing original content to the Indian market.
India’s Internet has been experiencing a massive growth in the past five years, and now the country is rapidly growing in terms of population.
“With the growing number of Indian users and growing appetite for movies, TV shows and movies, the industry is now at a critical point,” said Rakesh Raghavan, senior vice president and general manager of Netflix India.
“Netflix India has a strong strategy to help Indian users access premium content, including movies and shows, at an affordable price.”
Netflix said that it will offer India access to its streaming service in the next couple of months.
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