Netflix launched in India and tweet jokes are flowing in already.

What is Netflix?

Netflix the world’s biggest TV streaming service finally arrives in India. Here is what Netflix have to offer.

Netflix is an online streaming service, now you will be able to watch syndicated content as well as original shows on laptops, smartphones and tablets. You can watch popular shows like House of Cards as well as new titles like Jessica Jones, among other movies and TV shows, any time.

The first month will be free for Netflix subscribers in India. Netflix offers 3 plans i.e. Basic (Rs 500 a month), Standard (Rs 650 a month) and Premium (Rs 800 a month). Users can sign up and watch unlimited hours of TV shows and movies on Netflix.

To subscribe for Netflix you will need a credit card, if you are subscribing for the first free month you will have to give your credit card details.

Video quality will vary according to the packages you subscribe to. SD (Standard Definition) videos for Rs 500 per month plan and HD (High Definition) streaming for Rs 650 per month plan while for Ultra HD (4K) videos, users need to subscribe to the Rs 800 a month plan.

Number of users will also vary based on your subscription. For Basic plan (Rs 500/month)only one device can be used at a time. You can share it with your friend or one more member under the Standard plan (Rs 650 a month). Similarly, the Premium plan (Rs 800/month) allows four people to use the same Netflix account simultaneously.

You can cancel Netflix subscription any time at the click of a button.

After the Netflix launch news the twitter jokes are flowing in. Here are the chosen ones.

The Jokes Time!!!!


Like buffering will be a full show and Netflix will like commercials.

You will have a lot of time then, the Indian Version of Netflix and Chill! 😉

Umm…you might have to reconsider that plan.

Kejriwal did that you can too.

Indians @ heart! Dil Hai Hidustani!

What do you think about the launch of Netflix in India? Share your thoughts! Will it be a Boon or Bane for the Indian Youth?

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