After releasing its user interface in more languages, Netflix is now offering free services to non-subscribers of its original content. How great is that?
Netflix’s recent offering means that non-subscribers can now watch selected original shows and movies without creating an account. At the moment, this new feature is available only for desktop and Android users. The services are not available, unfortunately, for iOS users, but it should arrive soon.
The offering comes after the company added a Shuffle Play functionality. “You can watch select Netflix Original movies and TV episodes online for free, and without creating a Netflix account by using a computer or Android device,” reads Netflix’s recent statement. Here is what you need to know.
Free Netflix Content: How to Watch It and Other Significant Details
Netflix’s recent offering is quite promising. But, as good as it might sound, there are a few things that you should know. Only the first show will be available for free, and if you want to continue the services, you have to subscribe to Netflix.
Such a marketing strategy seems a great option to receive new subscribers on board. However, maybe a bit more of content it would have been a better idea. This thing will depend on how much the viewers will enjoy their short time on the platform. It’s not the first time when Netflix introduces such a feature for non-subscribers to enjoy.
Netflix’s Plans Available in Other Regions: Soon to Be Announced
Netflix’s four-packs are also available in other countries. In India, for instance, they’re priced at Rs. 199, Rs. 499, Rs. 649, and Rs. 799. These plans are known as Mobile, Basic, Standard, and Premium.
The company plans to bring HD content in more countries at one of the most affordable price tags. More details should be released in the coming months.
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