Netflix and Amazon are now offering a cloud video subscription service called CCCam, which is designed to let you watch online video on a mobile device.
Amazon is the only provider offering it, but other companies like Microsoft and Roku are also working on similar services.
It’s unclear whether CCCam will work with the same video services that Amazon is using to stream live TV to subscribers.
Netflix is still testing the service, but Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos has said he expects it to roll out in early 2017.
The service is meant to be a cheaper alternative to Amazon Prime Video, which lets subscribers watch TV on demand.
Netflix has also said it will allow subscribers to watch Netflix originals, along with movies from other platforms like HBO Go, on the CCCam servers.
The company is also looking to expand into other markets, including South Korea, China, Brazil, Russia, and other countries.
Netflix says it has a global distribution network and will soon offer content in several countries.
It also plans to offer CCCam in the U.S. and Europe.
Netflix also plans a “streaming” service called Netflix Originals that will stream original programming from streaming video services like Amazon Prime Instant Video.
Netflix’s streaming service will cost $9.99 per month.
The streaming service is expected to debut sometime next year.
Amazon has also announced plans to launch its own streaming service.
It will launch on a standalone cloud server in early 2019.