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Last week, Netflix became legally available to consumers in 130 new countries around the globe. And while the news was initially greeted with widespread adulation, it quickly became clear that, thanks to content and licensing agreements, those countries would mostly be getting a stripped back version of the video streaming service.
South African Netflix users, for example, only have access to around 600 titles compared with the more than 7 000 titles on the US version.
As we’ve noted previously, there are ways to get around that — most notably by using a DNS and proxy service such as UnoTelly.
And in the wake of Netflix announcing its global expansion, UnoTelly has come out to remind you just how much you might be missing out on. The company has issued a press release claiming that it has “always been proud of being the perfect pair for Netflix, giving our customers access to a global library of content, right now totalling 14 156 unique TV and movie titles across 24 Netflix regions.
Alongside the release, UnoTelly has published an infographic showing the number of titles available in different Netflix markets.