Netflix is reportedly planning a two-day free promotion after discontinuing free trials
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Netflix is planning to host a two-day promotional event in December, allowing non-members to access the streaming giant’s robust catalog of movies and TV shows, Protocol reports.
Code in the latest version of Netflix’s Android app, uncovered by XDA-Developers editor-in-chief Mishaal Rahman, indicates that the streaming giant plans to hold a two-day event under the name “StreamFest,” according to the outlet. The event will reportedly kick off on December 4th and be available on any device that supports Netflix. According to the code snippets, users interested in test-running the service will not be required to enter their card information to access the free streaming.
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