Netflix is undoubtedly one of the most popular platforms when it comes to over-the-top (OTT) content. The platform is known for its quality content and people of age groups, especially youngsters, are a big fan of the platform.
However, due to its comparatively high monthly charges, many avoid subscribing and choose other OTT platforms for their entertainment needs that are way cheaper.
If you are an eager fan of any Netflix web series or film and are looking for ways to watch it, there is a way you can do it for free. Take note that we are not talking about anything illegal that might land you in trouble.
Notably, Netflix has announced that it will make its streaming services in India free for two days. It means that the users can watch any show or series of their choice without entering the card details or buying the subscription.
Earlier in October, the company had announced that Streamfest will let all users stream for 48 hours on Netflix at no cost.
Streamfest to go live on December 5
The Streamfest will go live in India on December 5 and will be valid till December 6. Users can simply enter their name, email address, and create a password to avail the benefits of the offer. The promotional offer will allow users to watch the entire Netflix catalog which includes movies, shows, documentaries, and more.
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On Streamfest, Netflix COO Greg Peters said, “An idea we’re excited about — and we’ll see how it goes, we think that giving everyone in a country access to Netflix for free for a weekend could be a great way to expose a bunch of new people to the amazing stories that we have. Really creating an event, and hopefully, get a bunch of those folks to sign up.”
Users who register for Streamfest will be able to browse the content on Netflix will be able to stream the app on their smart TV, gaming console, iOS, and Android apps and on the PC. However, the streaming quality would be Standard Definition (SD).
Earlier this year, Netflix had stopped offering a 30-day free trial in India. The company then stopped offering a free trial in all the other markets.
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