The problem with Netflix in the UK is hat there’s barely enough room for all that iPlayer streaming. The UK networks are already screaming at the BBC for a carriage charge, what’s going to happen when Netflix (which takes up someÂ 30% of US internet traffic) gets some real traction on this side of the Atlantic?
Netflix is hardly likely to want to see operators charging more money to consumers to access itâ€™s service. If anything, Netflix is likely to want a cut. But then, if Netflix 3G usage skyrockets over the next few months, it wonâ€™t be long before we see operator CEOs bleating about wanting Netflix to pay access fees to them.
ViaÂ t’other Ewan.