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How to Get FREE Netflix Account (Working in 2023)

In this post, I will show you how to get a free Netflix account or at a cheaper price. The tricks below will allow you to stream Netflix for free or less price on FireStick, iPhone, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Xbox, and more smart devices.

Netflix has had yet another blockbuster quarter ending with 220 million subscribers. I’m not surprised to see exceptional Netflix growth though. Shows and movies like Squid Games, The Red Notice, and The Queen’s Gambit are good enough to keep their subscribers on their toes and attract new users to the platform. If you planning to get a Netflix subscription, read along to learn how to get one for free or at a lesser price.

Does Netflix Have a Free Trial?

Netflix used to offer a 30-day free trial in the US. Now that Netflix had a positive word of mouth, it no longer needs to offer a free trial to new signups.

The company has also scrapped an option to watch the first episode of selected shows for free.

Why Did Netflix Cancel Free Trial?

Most media companies offer a free trial to welcome new users to the platform. The goal is to let them check the content quality, streaming options, cross-platform availability for free, and then ask new users to upgrade to one of the paid plans.

However, some subscribers were abusing the system. They would use different email IDs to take advantage of multiple free trials. That’s not what Netflix had in mind when offering a free trial.

Besides, Netflix has reached a place where they no longer have to rely on free trials to drive the growth. A blockbuster TV series such as Squid Games or a movie with big stars like Dwayne Johnson is good enough to attract paid users upfront.

That leaves the users in the US with T-Mobile’s ‘Netflix on Us’ plan to watch favorite shows and movies for free.