Netflix unveiled a new free plan for users in Kenya on Monday, which is one of the biggest promotional campaigns to attract subscribers to Africa.
According to a blog post published by Netflix Monday, free new features the plan, which has no advertisements, shall consist of a a quarter of TV shows and videos are available here on Netflix and will be available to Android phone users only.
The move is in line with Netflix’s new redesign to encourage its customers outside of cash-strapped markets like the United States. By luring potential customers with a free plan, Netflix is setting itself up to turn new viewers into subscribers with an ever-increasing subscription to the list of movies and video-content that Netflix alone wants to publicly acknowledge.
“If you have never seen Netflix before–and many Kenyans have not–This is a great way to get to know our work, “said Cathy Conk, director of product product at Netflix, wrote in the blog post. Your TV or laptop. “
Netflix has re-launched its business in Africa recently, seeking to strengthen the country’s largest markets, which are just beginning to be interested in publishing software. In addition to collaborating with production studios in Nigeria, the company has also mentioned other intermediate programs in Africa and Africa, including I am the Queen and Jiva!
This isn’t the first time Netflix has used a free program to attract subscribers: In 2020, the platform released free shows of a series known as “Strange Things” and showcased videos starting with “For All The Boys I Loved Before” Through a free browser.
The free search news comes as Netflix plans to grow in mobile gaming space and new offerings that will be free to anyone who has already registered for the project.
Don’t expect a free Netflix program in the US at any time, if that happens. The last fall of the company they removed their 30-day trial for free for new users, it also stopped providing original shows and videos for free. If you want sweet, delicious treats there, you have to pay for it.