Netflix 1-month Free Trial: How to Get It With No Coupons Required

If you haven’t heard of Netflix yet, you’re one among a very few. In July of 2011, after more than a decade in the business, Netflix had more than 25 million subscribers in the U.S. and Canada. For the first half that year the company’s total revenue exceeded $1.5 billion. Much of this success is attributed to increased amounts of online streaming content.

How Netflix Works

To use Netflix, consumers sign up for a subscription on the company’s website. For one low monthly price, Netflix members instantly watch unlimited movies and TV shows streaming over the Internet to PCs, Macs and TVs via a wide range of devices – Smart TVs, game consoles, tablets, smartphones, home theaters systems, dedicated set-top boxes and media streamers, and, of course, your computer.

Connect your PC or Mac to your TV using an HDMI cable, select your desired TV episode or movie on the computer and watch instantly on your TV.

Members can also rate the movies and TV shows they’ve watched through their TV or on the Netflix website. Netflix takes these ratings and pairs them with billions of other ratings by other Netflix members to accurately predict movies and TV shows members will enjoy.

Free Trial

Instantly watch unlimited TV episodes and movies over the Internet on your TV, computer and various mobile devices such as laptops and smartphones. Watch as much as you want, as often as you want for only $7.99 a month. Before you’re billed this amount, however, you get full month of free trial, no coupons required! You’ll have to sign up for the service to avail of the free trial and to prevent being charged, you need to cancel the subscription before one month is up. That’s all there is to it.

Content Streaming

Make the most out of your free trial period by exploring all the things Netflix can do. When you subscribe to Netflix streaming, the following Netflix features are available to you:

  • An “Instant” queue alongside your “DVD” queue

  • “Play” buttons in both your DVD and “Instant” queues if the content is available for streaming

  • Options throughout the site to “Play” or “Add to Instant Queue” in addition to the red “Add” and green “Save” options for the DVD queue

  • Streaming access via more than 200 different devices, including game consoles (the Wii, Xbox 360 and PS3), mobile devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch), and Apple TV and Google TV

 

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