Netflix now has 139 million paying subscribers

This is up from the 7.6 million subscribers that the company predicted earlier in the quarter and up 29 million from the beginning of the year. It forecast first-quarter revenue of $4.49 billion, slightly below analysts' average estimate of $4.61 billion.

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