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Why are the prices given for some in US dollars and others in their own currency. Netflix isn't going to hit these people with currency exchange fees are they?

Donald Sykes

I used Google's currency converter and the rates vary by country. Here are all the prices converted to USD (rounded up to the nearest penny):
Brazil $9.03, Argentina $9.28, Chile is $8.18, Colombia $7.82, Mexico $7.91. It would be interesting to know the reason for the variance in prices.


Is it possible for foreigners in America to get the foreign content. This would be great for most of southern Californians.

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