Netflix didn’t have a rocket-launcher last quarter, particularly as people expected it to have a whole heap of new customers in the 130 countries it went live with in January, but that could be about to change as it starts to offer in-app billing on Android. Just like when Netflix started letting users pay in-app on iOS last year, this move shows that many users are now wanting to leapfrog web signup when accessing content from the platform. Given that Android is hugely dominant around the world, estimated to be on up to 80 percent of handsets, offering a way to pay that doesn’t…

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