Netflix has no longer the 30 days trial of free use. Multinational companies no longer offer this trial period to start a discovery services before the final payment.
For Netflix, this is a page turned as competition intensifies. Indeed, it is no longer possible to discover the platform with a Netflix 30-day free trial. This means that you now have to pay when you sign up to watch much of what Netflix offers.
Keep in mind that there are three subscription options: the basic version is € 7.99 (one screen, HD quality), the standard version is € 11.99 (two screens, Full HD quality), and the premium version is € 15.99 (four screens) screen, 4K HDR quality). Please note that this is the most expensive option and it is selected by default when registering. If you want to pay less, don’t be fooled.
More free periods for NETFLIX
Disney + is scheduled to land in France on March 24th. The price is very attractive (6.99 Euros per month or 69.99 Euros per year), and the trial period is 3 months. 7 days it actually symbolizes the development of Netflix strategy, and this development cannot be completely free. So everything shows that multinational companies will from time to time highlight their services by making content accessible to everyone.
Recently, we saw this development when Netflix France decided to play movies for free to all the boys I love. In a sense, this move makes sense, and as a result, the sequel-To all boys: PS I always love you. To view it, you must subscribe. At the end of last year, we still remember that the animated movie “Klaus” has been released for 48 hours.
Among Netflix’s main competitors, we noticed:
- Amazon Prime Video has a 30-day trial period
- Apple TV + has a 7-day trial period (or even one year for users buying the latest Apple products)
- OCS (Orange Cinema Series) offers a one-month free trial.