Netflix is a streaming service that offers a wide variety of award-winning TV programmes, films, anime, documentaries and more – on thousands of internet-connected devices.
You can watch as much as you want, whenever you want, without a single advert – all for one low monthly price. There’s always something new to discover, and new TV programmes and films are added every week!
With 130 million subscribers worldwide, Netflix has changed the landscape of TV consumption.
It has proved highly popular due to some of these reasons….
Convenience – A key selling point of the Netflix experience is that it offers hundreds of TV shows and movies of all genres, all in one place.
Personalisation – Netflix offers its users recommendations based on what they’ve watched before, making it easier for people to find shows they like.
Binge-watching – Most TV shows made available on Netflix are instantly accessible in full which means that viewers can watch entire series as quickly as they like.
FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) – If they don’t have Netflix, some young people may feel left out if all their friends are talking about a TV programme that is exclusive to the service.
For what you get the cost of NETFLIX is very reasonable with monthly plans starting at £5.99.
The Basic charge of £5.99 is for SD viewing on one device.
The Standard charge of £6.99 is for HD viewing on 2 devices at the same time.
The Advanced package of £8.99 is for HD and Ultra HD on up to 4 devices at the same time.
Netflix is flexible. There are no annoying contracts and no commitments. You can easily cancel your account online in two clicks. There are no cancellation fees – start or stop your account at any time.
There are some great new shows and series on Netflix right now, including Tiger King, The Stranger, Ozark, Money Heist, Stranger Things, Sex Education, The Witcher, Black Mirror and the Crown to name a few.
With most people spending a lot of time at home right now this is as good a moment as any to get Netflix and I would certainly not put you off doing just that!