Netflix makes streaming free for 48 hours in India

Netflix’s free weekend in India called Stream Fest will begin from December 5, Saturday midnight, and will run through Sunday, December 6. It’s the world’s biggest streaming service that has been announced.

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For those 48 hours, you can watch whatever you wish on Netflix, free of charge. Of course, there are a few warnings. For one, you’ll get access to at least one standard-definition (SD) stream. Consider it like having access to Netflix’s Rs.499 ‘Basic’ plan.

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“We thought of making a gift to everyone in the country by giving free access to Netflix for a weekend. it might be an excellent idea to expose a bunch of latest amazing stories that we have, the services and the way it works,” Greg Peters, COO and Chief Product Officer at Netflix said.

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Netflix has capitalized on social isolation, but will its success continue in a post-coronavirus world?At Netflix, we would like to bring the foremost amazing stories from across the planet to all or any fans of entertainment in India. This is why we are hosting “Stream Fest: a whole weekend of free Netflix,” the corporate said.

To access it, visit Fest, check-in with your name, email or telephone number, and password, and begin streaming — no credit or open-end credit or payment is needed.

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“Anyone who signs in during Stream Fest gets one stream in standard definition — so, nobody else can use an equivalent login information to stream,” said -Monika Shergill, vice chairman, Content, Netflix India.

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