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07/11/2011

Netflix Launch New Film Streaming Service

Netflix has announced a multi-year deal to provide its subscription streaming service to the UK and Ireland, in partnership with Hollywood studio MGM.
The deal means UK and Irish customers will be able access most of the studio's first-run feature films.
Subscribers to Netflix can instantly watch films on their TVs, computers, mobile phones and tablets.
Netflix announced last month that it would launch its service in the UK and Ireland early in 2012.
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