The world's biggest streaming platform, Netflix, will be completely free to watch for people in India from December 5 to December 6. By simply accessing a special link during those two dates, whether on your mobile, smart TV, or computer, all the top movies and series on the platform will be available on your device at no cost.

Netflix Will Be Completely Free To Watch In India During These Two Days

You can try to watch as many hot shows, web series, and movies starting at 12 am on December 5. The reason why the company decided to have another promotional period for Indian users was to help promote the platform in one of the biggest potential markets in the world.

The "free-weekend" promotion was announced last month. "We think that giving away everyone in a country access to Netflix for free for a weekend could be a great way to expose a bunch of new people to the amazing stories that we have, the service and how it works," said Greg Peters, the COO and Chief Product Officer of Netflix.

Netflix Will Be Completely Free To Watch In India During These Two Days

"At Netflix, we want to bring the most amazing stories from across the world to all fans of entertainment in India. It's why we're hosting StreamFest: an entire weekend of free Netflix," said the streaming platform in one of its statements.

How to Access Free Netflix Weekend

All you have to remember is to go to, sign up for it using your name or nickname, your email or phone number, as well as a password. When December 5 comes, you can just start streaming your favorite cinematic production for free, no card payments nor information necessary.

According to Monika Shergill, the Vice President of Content, Netflix India, "anyone who signs in during StreamFest gets one stream in standard definition so, no one else can use the same login information to stream."

Although Netflix is one of the biggest companies in the world and the undisputed king of streaming services, the streaming giant has had difficulties penetrating the Indian market. Just last month, the company admitted that it still has a long way to go in countries like India.

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