Netflix debuts free tier for Android users in Kenya

Netflix Have Now available Potential paid subscribers in Kenya have free access to some of their content. The streaming service has launched a free tier in Japan that provides about a quarter of the content available to paying subscribers. There are no ads and no payment information is required when signing up. New subscribers only need to make sure they are 18 years of age or older and enter their email address and password.

However, there are restrictions in addition to the limited options. Only accessible on Android devices, users cannot download episodes or cast movie shows to TV for offline viewing. In a post in the announcement, Catflix’s Director of Product Innovation, Cathy Conk, said: The company wants the free tier to encourage people to pay for the service.

This isn’t the first time Netflix has made some of its content accessible for free.Last year it Release “Free Watch” page where you can stream original movies like Bird box The first episode of a popular show like Stranger Things Even if you don’t even log in. The free plan is new, but a spokeswoman said: variety Be the first to be launched in Kenya as a way to gather information about how effective the company is in creating paid customers. Netflix has invested more in new markets to offset the slowdown in growth in the US and other saturated markets, and as the number of rival streaming services grows. Based on what the person in charge said, free tiers may move to more regions in the future.

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