Netflix now open for business in Sweden and Denmark

US over-the-top video service Netflix has delivered on its promise and launched its streaming services in two Nordic countries, with two more countries to follow later this week.

The service launched in Sweden on October 15th and in Denmark a day later, offering near-instant access to thousands of films and TV programmes from some of the biggest film studios and distributors around the world for SEK 79 (US$ 12) per month in Sweden, and DKK 79 (US$ 13.90) per month in Denmark.

A free, one-month trial of Netflix is being made available to everyone in Denmark and Sweden by visiting An extended trial will be available for a limited time to Spotify paying subscribers as part of a launch partnership with the music streaming company.

The company revealed in its latest results that it had amassed 27mn customers for its video streaming services across the Americas, the UK and Ireland.

Launches in Norway and Finland are set to follow later this week.


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