Spotify is completely free to use, so why not Netflix, which offers a free 30-day trial? It has been available recently, but not for us.
Netflix is well-known in the western world, as well as the wealthiest regions of Asia. But there are still a lot of areas where Netflix can make a significant amount of money. This primarily applies to countries where the ordinary citizen has less disposable income. A Netflix subscription is not as self-evident as one may think. The American streaming service will therefore need to come up with something new in order to gain market share in this country as well.
Netflix has consequently begun a trial period in which it will provide a free subscription. Kenya, an African country, is one where this is practised. Kenyans can see a small piece of the massive Netflix collection for free if they sign up for the service using this membership form. Furthermore, you may only view via a smartphone running the Android operating system. Peeping through the television is not feasible if you turn on the television from your iPhone or Netflix account.
Netflix uses this test to determine whether or not there is interest in a particular type of video content. Of course, Netflix hopes that by doing so, Kenyans will become more interested in the other content available on the streaming site. Other stuff that necessitates the use of a subscription form. Kenya gets the inside scoop in exchange for a free Netflix subscription. It is not clear whether the streaming service will test this notion in other nations in addition to the United States.