Published On: August 4, 2011

Average U.S. Family Has 10 Netflix-enabled Devices

Published On: August 4, 2011
Last Updated on: October 31, 2020
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Average U.S. Family Has 10 Netflix-enabled Devices

Netflix has made a lot of changes but still continues to be popular. Now, according to an analyst, it may be more popular than ever with households having more access than ever before.

Average U.S. Family Has 10 Netflix-enabled Devices

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netflix_logo_225.gifA lot of ink has been given to Netflix's recent price increase to all the company's subscription plans. It's a move to make Netflix a company that is focused on streaming first and physical discs second. According to information presented in an article at Home Media Magazine, that might not be a bad idea.

Additional Resources
• Read more streaming, apps, and downloads news from HomeTheaterReview.com.
• See Home Theater Review's guide to rental services.
• Look for LED HDTVs and Plasma HDTVs that have Netflix integrated.

Netflix recently increased the number of devices a subscriber can stream to. The old limit was five devices. The new limit extends that to fifty devices, a substantial upgrade. This increase comes at a time when Netflix streaming is instantly available on more than 250 different devices. These include iPads, iPhones, iPods, video game consoles, Blu-ray players, and HDTVs. With all those available devices, analyst Dan Rayburn believes the average U.S. family has 10 Netflix-enabled devices.

Netflix has completely dominated its space in the media marketplace, getting apps on devices made by Haier, Memorex, Panasonic, Samsung, Sharp, Sony, Toshiba, and Best Buy's in-house brand Dynex.

However, Netflix faces competition from Amazon Video On Demand and Hulu Plus and will continue to do so as those companies have also gotten apps installed on many products, but Netflix is clearly way out ahead in this race.

Additional Resources
• Read more streaming, apps, and downloads news from HomeTheaterReview.com.
• See Home Theater Review's guide to rental services.
• Look for LED HDTVs and Plasma HDTVs that have Netflix integrated.

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