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Netflix to stream for 48 hours at zero cost!

Have you ever imagined to stream Netflix without entering the card details or buying the subscription, then your dream is coming true as Netflix has decided to let all the users to stream Netflix for 48 hours at zero cost. One of the biggest streaming giants of the OTT world, Netflix has earned a distinct place among its audience because of its online streaming library of films and television series. Now, the digital platform has been decided to treat their fans with free streaming service for December 5th and 6th. With the introduction of new domestic streaming services like AltBalaji, MX Player, Voot Select, Eros Now, and international digital platforms like Amazon Prime and Disney+Hotstar, Netflix better feel to expand its customers reach. In order to reach potential customers, Digital giant has introduced a new trick to attract potential subscribers.

In October month, Netflix has announced a Stream Fest where they allow the user to watch all the film and web-series available on the platform for free. Monika Shergill, the Vice President of Content Netflix India said in an interview, "Anyone who signs in during StreamFest gets one stream in standard definition - so, no one else can use the same login information to stream."

She further explained, "Users logging onto StreamFest will be able to access every feature that members currently use like creating Profiles (including Kids' Profiles), set Parental Controls, browse Netflix in Hindi, add series or films to 'My List', watch with subtitles or dubs, use Smart Downloads on mobile, and see the Top 10 list."

During a conference call, Netflix COO Greg Peters said regarding the stream fest, "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.`

Well this year, Netflix had stopped offering a 30-days free trial in India and later to attract more customers, introduced a mobile streaming plan at Rs. 199 which is low at cost and affordable by every section.

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