Following its arrival in the United Kingdom earlier this year, Netflix is expanding across Europe. The company has announced that it will be arriving in Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden “before the end of 2012.”
The video streaming service will come with the same monthly subscription plans offered to those in the U.S. and the U.K. — though it’s unclear at the point what the price will be — offering a range of movies and TV shows on-demand and in high definition (when available).
Netflix made the announcement on its Netflix Nordics Blog this morning:
We’re excited to announce that Netflix will offer streaming of TV shows and movies in Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland before the end of the 2012.
Upon launch, Internet users in the Nordic countries can subscribe to Netflix for one low monthly price and instantly watch a wide array of Hollywood, local and global TV shows and movies; many with high definition video and Dolby Digital Plus surround sound.
Those living in the countries listed above, who will be looking to sign up to the service, can register their interest at Netflix.com and they’ll be notified when the service is launched.
[via The Verge]