The service of VOD on demand Netflix will have taken longer than expected to arrive on the boxes of certain Internet service providers. Bouygues was the first to announce a partnership in September, followed byOrange. Availability on the boxes should have been effective in November, but the process has obviously lagged since Netflix has only officially arrived on the Bbox Sensation and Livebox Play.
In the end, the first ISP to offer a Netflix application is SFR. It is however only available on its case Google Play, which works under Android and who therefore has access to the Google application catalog. No information is currently available regarding the classic TV box.
On the side of Free on the other hand, the case of Netflix does not seem a priority since the FAI does not really communicate on the question. In October, the director of the group simply explained that “Free will also sign if tomorrow we have a good contract”, thus suggesting that the current terms did not give him full satisfaction.
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