Netflix has now removed its free trial, which means you must subscribe to watch paid programs, otherwise you will not have access to the platform. Since the website located at the top of streaming services in terms of original content, is a smart business decision - although it does not benefit consumers at all.
It's not clear exactly when Netflix made this change, but the fact remains that if you do not already have assistance in the service, you can not try it. Commonly famous streaming service he tells us “pay or you will not be able to watch series like Haunting of Bly Manor, or Tiger King, or whatever is popular on the platform right now. ”
If you change your site on the help page, you can see that this Netflix policy remains the same for most major countries and states that free trials are not available in Japan, the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. The only place we could find a free trial of the platform available to the public was Afghanistan.
To try out the new Netflix policy, we created a new account and found that there is no free trial option of any duration - once you sign up, you have to choose a program and you do not have the option for a free trial. Netflix does not even mention it during the registration process.
We wondered if Netflix's choice to withdraw testing on its platform is an attempt to eliminate users who benefit from free multi-account testing e-mail. It is certain that there is this portion of users and given the number of streaming services that now exist, you could probably enjoy weeks of content from just one account email with every free trial companies offer to attract young people users.
With Netflix now packed with new content, this is probably the best time to get rid of the free trial of the platform and move on assistance.
So if you didn't already know, Netflix packages start at $ 8,99 and can be canceled at any time.