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Netflix streaming discs should be making their way to PS3 users who signed up in days

Late last month, DailyTech reported that Netflix instant streaming would be coming to the PlayStation 3 courtesy of a "streaming disc" provided by Netflix. At the time, Netflix said that the discs would begin shipping in November and that customers would have full access to the streaming library that has been available to Xbox 360 owners for quite some time.

Netflix CEO and founder Reed Hastings championed the move stating, “As instantly watching movies and TV episodes streamed from Netflix becomes an increasingly popular way to enjoy the Netflix service, our goal is to rapidly expand the devices that stream to our members. As a leading game console and Blu-ray disc player, bringing Netflix to the PS3 system is a real win for both Netflix members and PS3 system owners.”

Staying true to its word, Netflix is now in the process of shipping the discs to users. Those that have already signed up to receive their streaming discs should begin receiving them as early as tomorrow (see picture on the right).

The streaming disc is merely a band-aid solution to quickly bring Netflix to PS3 users. According to Netflix, full integration with the PS3 XMB is coming next year.

DailyTech will keep you updated on Netflix's PS3 implementation in the coming days.





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