Question about Netflix
Netflix starts then flips off
It could be buffering when it stops playing your video. You dont need a real fast internet connection but it shouldnt be real slow either. Ive noticed that if you get the basic monthly internet its only providing 3 mbps. Which is slow and will cause the video to buffer. Mine is only a step above at about 7 mbps and I have no problems with buffering. Is this is the case just upgrade to a faster speed through your internet carrier.
if so upgrade to a faster speed.Hope this helped.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Probably not. Netflix licenses the right to stream in specific regions/countries. Most likely, the app will sense that you are in a foreign country and display a message stating: "content can not be displayed to to legal restrictions/territories".
Posted on Apr 02, 2013
I am assuming you are residing in the US. Providing that and that you have an internet connection, you're pretty much set up. Make sure your browser is up to date and will work with Microsoft Silverlight (most modern web browsers do). Sign up for the service or start your free trial. What else do you need to go with netflix? Popcorn maybe?
Posted on Apr 23, 2013
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