Netflix ends Q2 with 50 million members, survives price hike without blemishes

by tech on July 21, 2014

Netflix ended Q2 with a total of 50.05 million subscribers, up from 37.56 million in Q2 of 2013. The company added 0.57 million subscribers in the U.S. last quarter, compared to 0.63 million in Q2 of 2013. It now has 36.24 million subscribers in the U.S., up from 29.81 million in Q2 of 2013.

But the bigger growth story was once again international for Netflix: The company added 1.12 million subscribers in its international markets, compared to 0.61 million a year ago, and now has 13.80  million subscribers abroad, up from 7.75 million a year ago.

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