Video-streaming service provider Netflix, which launched in Singapore last Thursday, is already getting flak from some Singaporeans for limited content compared to its U.S. service.
Singapore's monthly pricing ranges from $7.65 (S$10.98) to $11.83 (S$$16.98), cheaper than rates in the U.S.
Reasonable as the Netflix monthly fees are, some customers are disgruntled about the fact that Netflix Singapore looks nothing like the U.S. Netflix.
House of Cards, Arrested Development, South Korean TV dramas and Chinese Kungfu movies are among the missing content in the Singapore version of the service.
Some took to social media to express their displeasure and complain about the city-state's tight censorship.
There were tweets urging others to stick with their U.S. subscriptions, which are available through a virtual private network (VPN), instead of getting a new local account.
These people might soon be disappointed.