Netflix StreamFest 2020: Here’s how you can watch Netflix for free

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Netflix is leaving no stone unturned to make everyone aware of its upcoming SteamFest 2020. With this new marketing strategy, the OTT platform is offering free access to Netflix for 48 hours between December 5th and 6th.

During the two-day long StreamFest 2020 anyone can stream films, TV series, documentaries, and more from Netflix’s catalog for free. Unlike usual free Netflix trials, you don’t require to share your credit card details. On December 5 and 6, one can stream Netflix content on their phone, laptop, or Smart TVs.

In short, during StreamFest 2020 you will get access to everything that you’d normally get after paying for a subscription. Now, the question is how to stream Netflix for free during StreamFest 2020, here’s a step-by-step guide for you:

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How to watch Netflix for free on Netflix StreamFest 2020

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  • Firstly, one needs to go to after 12:00AM on December 5 to watch Netflix for free
  • Now signup or use your credentials from previous accounts to login
  • No credit or debit card payment needed.
  • Now, you can stream anything on Netflix on any device. One can use the same login information to streaming

It is worth pointing out that Netflix will be offering only Standard Definiation (SD) content during the “StreamFest 2020”. That’s not all, Netflix has put in capacity capping to manage loads on its servers during the free Netflix streaming offer. If you see a “StreamFest is at capacity” message on your screen it means Netflix allotted bandwidth for free viewing is full. However, Netflix says it will notify users when traffic capacity goes down. One can resume watching Netflix from the same point where s/he stopped.

Post the Netflix StreamFest 2020, you will be required to subscribe to Netflix plan to continue to watch on the OTT platform. Currently, Netflix offers several streaming plans, cheapest of which costs Rs 199.

To continue to enjoy Netflix for free one can also opt for JioPostpaid Plus or any JioFiber plan with rental greater than 999.

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1 Comment
2 years ago

unfortunately this never happened till the time I wasn’t paying for the subscription! not fair Netflix