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Although other competitors have tried to replace him, Netflix retains its position as strongest streaming Platform in the world. Maybe that's why you can afford to bring a new one out on the market Subscription mode free of charge . That's right with Netflix is free no longer a dream, but almost a reality that is already in the test phase.
The platform tests a new free subscription that gives users access Netflix by simply signing up with their email address without entering a credit card or otherwise paying.
For now, Netflix's free plan is only available in Kenya to the Android Smartphones.
"If you've never watched Netflix (and a lot of people in Kenya haven't) this is a great way to check out the service "Cathy Conk, director of product innovation, said in a statement.
It is worth noting that this modality does not include advertising or advertising , but offers only 25% of the entire catalog the platform reports diversity. That said, it has a selection of films and incomplete seasons of the most popular series to pique curiosity.
“13 years have passed. Stop".
Britney versus spears. September 28th on Netflix. pic.twitter.com/kwj8APkaHG
– Netflix Latin America (@NetflixLAT) 09/22/2021
Netflix Goal would be for it free content too work as a "small sample" to convince new users to subscribe to a paid program and enjoy the entire catalog.
Although features like Parental controls , Profiles or Recommendations are retained , users cannot download content for offline viewing or cast it to televisions using Chromecast or any other system.
Netflix new strategy could compensate for the fact that they have been using the free trial month for new subscribers in Mexico and other countries, which earned it a lot of criticism and discouraged potential users from signing up.
Netflix's free service will roll out to all Kenyan users in the coming weeks, and the company has yet to say whether it will expand it to other countries.