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NETFLIX Australian Pricing Leaked

Ahh Reddit, you’ve done it again.  Somehow these cunning people of the interwebs come across a gold-mine of information.  Tonight, it’s Netflix Australia pricing.

Unconfirmed of course, but it looks pretty rock solid, and it appears that without the need to charge GST (Netflix is operating out of the USA so don’t need to charge local GST) they’re going to be able to undercut all players with an $8.99 starting price.

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If you want HD you’ll have to pay $11.99 and for that you’ll also get an extra simultaneous stream on another device.

For 4K resolution and up to four screens watching you’ll pay $14.99.

Reasonable prices, but in fact they put Stan in a pretty good place in the market at $10 for HD at the get-go, it’s more likely the Ultra HD or the scale of the library that will get you going.

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And again, if these leaked screenshots are accurate, it does look like a pretty deep library.  Be careful though, plenty of the titles here are appearing in multiple categories.Opyn016

For the full leaked title list jump to the leak

Details and discussion at Reddit

Thanks Rob for the tip.

6 Comments

6 Comments

  1. John H

    March 22, 2015 at 8:06 pm

    Thanks Trevor….it is making Foxtel look more and more ridiculously expensive…no matter how hard they try by giving us new “BONUS’ channels…I think the time has come to change for me….they have had control for too long and they now have more adds than free to air…goodbye Foxtel.

  2. jeloz

    March 22, 2015 at 8:50 pm

    Agreed!! ……and my foxtel controllers annoy me and the interface sucks big time. However , if you want NRL, F1 in HD etc sport – do u have a choice?

    • Trevor Long

      March 22, 2015 at 9:08 pm

      Stay tuned to EFTM tonight and tomorrow – you might have a decision on your hands Jeloz! 🙂 #Foxtel #IQ3

  3. Aaron Hughes

    March 22, 2015 at 9:16 pm

    4k streaming in Australia? lol Give me a break…

  4. Glenn

    March 22, 2015 at 9:48 pm

    Thanks Trevor. I’m keen to hear about Foxtel iQ3 as well. Meanwhile, my wife is cancelling her Quickflix subscription as we speak!

  5. Rocky

    March 22, 2015 at 11:09 pm

    Isn’t Netflix a competitor to Presto! not Foxtel? It’s library movies and tv series – not live sport.

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