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Terça-Feira, 20 de Outubro de 2015

NETFLIX extends its partnership with Vodafone in Portugal

Vodafone has concluded a partnership with Netflix under which Vodafone TV customers will be the first to watch Netflix content in a simple and convenient way. The application will be available for the first time in Portugal on Vodafone TV from next Wednesday, the date of the official launch in Portugal.

Vodafone TV customers will have access to a wide range of series, films and documentaries, including major original Netflix productions such as “Narcos”, “Daredevil-Demolidor” (from Marvel), “Orange is the New Black”, “Sense 8”, “Marco Polo”, “Grace and Frankie” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”; the acclaimed documentaries “Virunga”, “Mission Blue” and “Chef’s Table”; and the first original Netflix film, “Beasts of No Nation”.

Netflix offers a superior viewing experience with high-definition content with full Portuguese subtitles and interface. It also has an advanced recommendations engine that helps users discover the content that best fit their profile. Users can create up to 5 different profiles.

Vodafone’s latest generation fibre network brings to television in Portugal some of the most eagerly awaited content of the moment that already has millions of followers worldwide.


This launch reinforces Vodafone’s strategy to offer its customers the best television experience as well as a diverse range of quality, internationally acclaimed content.

Nuno Markl and Rui Pêgo to launch Netflix in Portugal

The multimedia campaign accompanying the launch of Netflix in Portugal will be fronted by Nuno Markl and Rui Pêgo. More than just two faces well known to Portuguese audiences, the two frontmen are also two avowed fans of the Netflix series.

In television, the film displays what the ideal programme for fans of the series will look like when they have Vodafone TV Net Voz with Netflix included. The story conveys the message that will be very difficult to have access to all the seasons and episodes without watching them all end-to-end.