Under new European legislation, starting this spring, paying subscribers to streaming platforms can access these services while away on holiday or business travel.
Due to the judicial status of a number of Caribbean islands and Gyuana, European visitors to these countriess will also be able to access the streaming services they subscribe to at home.
The islands are either part of the Netherlands or France, and hence are part of the European Union. They are: Guadeloupe, Saint Martin (only the French part of the island), Martinique, Reunion, Mayotte, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius, Saba, as well as Guyana in South America.
EU citizens can use premium online services while in another EU country for holidays, studies or business, after the European Parliament approved measures allowing portability of online content.