Altice announced that it has signed a multiyear partnership with Netflix to make the streaming platform’s content available to its customers in Dominican Republic, Portugal, France and Israel.
France will be the first Altice territory to launch Netflix. The rollout will advance to other countries through 2017. In Dominican Republic, Altice owns pay TV system Tricom and mobile operator Orange.
“With this global partnership and thanks to more than 1,000 hours of new original Netflix content slated for 2017, Altice’s customers will be able to seamlessly access and enjoy all the best entertainment in one place,” said in a statement Netflix CEO, Reed Hastings.
The streaming giant has already signed this same type of agreement with several operators, including Liberty Global, which owns Chile’s VTR, Cable & Wireless in the Caribbean and Cablevisión in Puerto Rico.