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    Netflix is dragging in huge numbers of new subscribers across the world....but growth in the US is a weak spot

    Netflix is dragging in huge numbers of new subscribers across the world....but growth in the US is a weak spot


    It's posted an increase of 8.3 million subscribers in overseas markets, and now has 167 million subscribers world-wide.

    60 million of those are in America.

    The competition is heating up in the US, with Disney going live in November and signing up 10 million users in a day.

    Apple TV offers a deal for 5 US dollars a month...less than half the Netflix fee but with a relatively small offering of original shows.

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