Netflix, although a paid streaming service, does offer a one-month free trial. It also goes free on certain days in select regions. These are attractive methods to get users hooked onto watching shows and then when the trial ends, users will most probably pay to enjoy more of the service.
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This time around though, Cathy Cook, Netflix’s director of product innovation said, “If you’ve never watched Netflix before — and many people in Kenya haven’t — this is a great way to experience our service. And if you like what you see, it’s easy to upgrade to one of our paid plans so you can enjoy our full catalogue on your TV or laptop as well.”
Free Netflix does come with its own set of limitations, it will only have a limited amount of shows and movies. It will only work on Android devices. All you need to do is just sign up with your email and verify your age. There is need to add any payment options either.
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Free Netflix comes with Netflix’s features like multiple profiles (including kids), personalized recommendations and parental controls. The shows you can watch include Netflix’s popular Blood & Water, Bridgerton and Army of the Dead. This is great news for people in Kenya who can now enjoy Netflix for free and if they like the service can further upgrade to a paid plan.