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Netflix Added Nearly 10 Million Subscribers in 2019's First Quarter

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Netflix Added Nearly 10 Million Subscribers in 2019's First Quarter

Netflix Added Nearly 10 Million Subscribers in 2019's First Quarter

Netflix continues to grow, having acquired 10 million more subscribers in the first quarter of 2019.

According to the company, the U.S. was responsible for 1.74 million new subscribers, which surpassed expectations.

Since Q1's end in 2018, paid subscriptions on Netflix have jumped 16%.

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