Netflix says it’s not the most popular streaming service in the world, but its content delivery network is far from dead.
The video-streaming company announced today that it has added the after-sale service well known as Netflix Instant Video to its catalog.
Netflix Instant Videos offer subscribers a more personalized experience, including video-on-demand and local availability.
The streaming service also offers exclusive deals, and it also offers free access to Netflix content.
The Netflix after- sales service includes content for $9.99 per month.
Netflix also announced today it has signed a deal with a video-distribution company to bring the service to more countries.
The company also announced that it is working on a “Netflix Everywhere” program for more markets.
Netflix is now available in more than 120 countries.
Netflix’s new after-delivery service, which is not a subscription service, is a part of the streaming giant’s ongoing efforts to improve its after-business business.
It is expected to deliver additional content in the future.
Netflix is a video streaming service that offers subscribers access to a more customized experience, as well as video-onset access.
Netflix said in a statement today that the new service will allow subscribers to access content on their computers, tablets, phones, and televisions.
Netflix also announced in November that it would add a Netflix-style subscription option to its video-satellite service in 2019.