Netflix offers free plan to Android mobile users in Viet Nam

Friday, Nov 12, 2021 19:16

Netflix introduced a free plan on November 12 that will allow Android mobile users in Viet Nam to enjoy Netflix for free and without any ads. — Photo Netflix

On November 12, Netflix officially introduced a free plan that will let Android mobile users in Viet Nam enjoy Netflix for free and without any ads.

When a user signs up, no payment information is required. All you have to do is enter your email, confirm you are 18 or over and create a password.

“At Netflix, we believe that great stories have the ability to uplift us, move us and bring us closer to each other. We want everyone to be able to enjoy the suspense of Squid Game, the romance of Bridgerton, and the feel-good vibes of Emily in Paris. Now, we’re giving audiences in Viet Nam the chance to experience these stories for themselves — completely free of charge,” said Cathy Conk, Netflix’s Director of Product Innovation.

Vietnamese audiences now can watch many of Netflix’s most popular series and films such as Squid Game, The Witcher, Money Heist, Kingdom and more, while enjoying great features such as recommendations tailored to your taste, personal profiles (including kids’ profiles for the young ones). In the coming months, the download feature will also be made available in the free plan so that you can watch your favourite Netflix shows while on the go and even without an Internet connection.

If you’ve never watched Netflix before, the free plan is a great way to experience the service. And if you like what you see, it’s easy to upgrade to one of the paid plans so you can enjoy the full catalogue, and watch on your TV or laptop as well.

With the free plan, audiences in Viet Nam can see the world through documentary series like Street Food Asia, find ways to spark joy in your everyday lives with Marie Kondo’s Sparking Joy, or take a trip to the City of Love through the eyes of Emily Cooper in Emily in Paris. Great stories are a wonderful source of joy and inspiration, especially during this tough time of the COVID-19 pandemic. — VNS

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