Netflix now available in Vietnamese

Netflix, the world’s leading internet entertainment service, has announced that members in Vietnam can now enjoy the service in Vietnamese.

Netflix now available in Vietnamese
Netflix app’s user interface now is available in Vietnamese, complete with subtitles and dubbing for thousands of hours of children’s programmes, TV shows, and films. — Photo NetFilx

The app’s user interface is now available in Vietnamese, complete with subtitles and dubbing for thousands of hours of children’s programmes, TV shows and films.

“By engaging with consumers in their preferred language, Netflix becomes more accessible and relevant to consumers. We are delighted that our Vietnamese members can now enjoy the Netflix service in their local language,” Jessica Lee, Vice President of Communications, Asia said.

“When our members in Việt Nam come to our service, we want to delight and excite them with the depth and breadth of content choices from which they can easily discover through the Netflix experience,” added Lee.

Netflix offers original and licensed content, which includes award-winning TV series, movies, anime, documentaries and more; with no advertising and in high quality audio and video.

 

Vietnamese members can also look forward to great local shows, including popular films such as Furie, Love, Jackpot, Fool for Love, as well as the Vietnamese remake of Descendants Of The Sun.

In addition, Vietnamese members can discover content from all over the world.

Vietnamese consumers can try Netflix for free for the first month, and monthly subscription fees start from VNĐ180,000 (US$7.7). — VNS

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