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  • Canal+ Netflix bundle offers simple subscription option
  • Canal+ Netflix bundle offers simple subscription option
    Joanes Andueza (2018) ©
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Canal+ Netflix bundle offers simple subscription option

Canal+ has announced that it will start selling Netflix subscriptions in its TV bundles. With Europeans possessing multiple subscriptions to satisfy their entertainment needs, companies that sell mixed-media bundles are looking to offer viewers a simpler and more convenient option.

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