Non-subscribers can now watch some Netflix original titles for free.
On the TV side, Netflix is offering pilot episodes of some of its most popular shows, including Stranger Things, Elite, Boss Baby: Back in Business, When They See Us, Love Is Blind, Our Planet, and Grace and Frankie, starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin. However, you can stream only the first episode of TV shows - you'll need a subscription plan if you want to catch all the episodes.
"We're looking at different marketing promotions to attract new members and give them a great Netflix experience", A Netflix rep told Gadgets 360.
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Another thing worth noting is the free titles can only be viewed on the web via a computer or on an Android device (Apple iOS browsers are not supported).
The free sampling, which will be available in all of the more than 200 countries where Netflix is streaming, was first reported by the website OnlyTech.
"The selection may change from time to time, so watch now!" the site says.
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Netflix subscriptions are available starting at $8.99 a month. In the first half of the year, Netflix said it's added 26 million paid memberships. The freeing up of several of these Netflix originals comes amid the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and a string of new streaming services vying to compete with the streaming giant.
For now, the competition hasn't hampered Netflix's expansion.
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