Netflix offers a free month on its platform, but with a peculiar condition
Netflix once again offers a free month on its platform, although to benefit from it, new users must meet a peculiar condition.
There is no doubt that we are in full era of streaming, having more and more platforms that offer for a small price a wide catalog of series and films to be able to enjoy comfortably without having to be aware of broadcast schedules or having to suffer annoying advertising cuts, with more and more viewers who are they opt for this type of service.
Among all streaming services, one of the most popular is Netflix, a platform that is quite profitable if you share the account with other users and that little by little is improving the quality of its original content, having series and movies such as Stranger Things, The Witcher, The Irishman, Rome, History of a marriage, S*x Education or BoJack Horseman, to name a few.
While Netflix previously offered a small trial period to new users, they finally decided to remove that option, recently opting to offer free some movies and first episodes of series, such as Stranger Things. However, it seems that the platform is once again offering a completely free trial period for new Netflix users. Although this “trial period” is somewhat peculiar.
According to the medium 20 minutes, to receive the free month of Netflix, you must first pay a month of its services. That is you buy the first month of Netflix and the second is the one that is free. A measure that the platform is using to avoid the trick that many do of creating a new account every month and being able to watch Netflix content for free for a long time.
However, it seems that Netflix promotion method to attract new users has been experimental, since now when accessing the platform we find a different message, offering new users a 50% discount in the first two months if they subscribe now (which is still another subtle way to offer the second month free, only making a lower payment than usual in both months).
What do you think of new Netflix offers to attract new subscribers?