While we’re still trying to get over the news that Netflix has launched in Nigeria, even though the service hasn’t been fully deployed yet. We took to Twitter to gather people’s reactions.
Here are some of them:
Like we said, it spells the beginning of bigger competition for Iroko. Wonder who the bayonets are for.
Time to fix the bayonets!
— JasonNjoku (@JasonNjoku) January 6, 2016
Yes we can. If only “we all” had unlimited data.
We can all now Netflix and chill.
— Mrs. Dr. Chidi (@Uduakisong) January 6, 2016
Something to think about.
What impact will the use of Netflix in Nigeria have on existing local platforms? My bet is an adverse one.
— Balógun Wakanda. (@dynamicshina) January 6, 2016
DSTV has no reason to worry about Netflix, in Nigeria at least.
— Mayowa George (@Wana____) January 6, 2016
In a shocking twist of fate, the 'Netflix of Africa' is now…NETFLIX.
— osarumen osamuyi (@skweird) January 6, 2016
Help us ask
With which wifi? https://t.co/UjcvFEdkJQ
— daniel nwachukwu (@nwachukwu__) January 6, 2016
Lool is it coming with free data 😂 https://t.co/2sMct5LqZp
— Adekola F. (@iAmKolimo) January 6, 2016
In case you were wondering…
Netflix is now live in Naija. Ooshe. $8/mth. That's 8 tains 280 = N2,240/mth. Add N15,000/mth for extra data = N17,240 /month.
— Jock. (@NnamdiNwoha) January 6, 2016
Netflix now enabled in Nigeria. Savagery about to enter gear 5.
— Ada Campbell 👑🍓 (@Adacampbell) January 6, 2016
Questions to be seriously considered
Netflix in Nigeria… How much data? Is it worth it? How will you pay with Naira card? Can it compete with Alaba N150 full season price?
— Aribaba (@aribabaJ) January 6, 2016