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  • Commuters are watching Netflix on their journeys
  • Commuters are watching Netflix on their journeys
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Commuters are watching Netflix on their journeys

A quiet read of the morning papers on the way to work may soon become a thing of past as catching up with TV shows becomes the new travel norm. With content becoming downloadable to devices, people are turning their long, unpleasant commutes into an extension of their leisure time.  

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