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Netflix Kenya: Subscription charges and Packages

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Netflix is an online streaming service that allows members or subscribers to watch a wide variety of movies, series, documentaries, Tv shows, animations and more on internet-connected devices. With Netflix subscription, you can enjoy unlimited ad-free streaming of movies, series and TV shows wherever you are without the need of downloading it. 

Netflix over the years has grown to be one of the biggest streaming platforms worldwide. They claim to have 193 million paid membership in over 190 countries. 

Netflix subscribers in Kenya initially had to pay subscription fees in dollars. However, this is not the case nowadays as Netflix supports billing in local currency making it cheaper and affordable to most Kenyans.

 

How to sign up for Netflix in Kenya 

To sign up for Netflix, all you have to do is visit the Netflix website or app, click get started and choose a subscription plan that you are comfortable with then give your details and enjoy the one-month free trial subscription. Ensure that you have your credit card or active PayPal account information as it’s needed during the sign-up process.

 

How much does Netflix cost in Kenya?

Netflix Kenya offers three subscription plans(Basic, Standard & Premium) that require customers to pay a monthly subscription fee depending on your plan. The basic package is the cheapest plan that costs Ksh 700 and allows you to watch on one device at a time in Standard Definition.

The Standard plan costs Ksh 950 per month allows you to watch on two devices at the same in High Definition. You can also subscribe to the Premium plan that costs Ksh 1,200 monthly that allows you to watch on 4 devices at the same time in HD/UHD 4k (Ultra High Definition).

All plans include unlimited movies & TV shows, you can cancel your subscription anytime. As a member of Netflix, you’ll be billed once a month on the date you originally signed up and be able to watch your shows at any internet-connected device.

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How to pay for Netflix in Kenya

The only way to pay for Netflix in Kenya is by use of a credit card or PayPal account. A lot of people have been asking if you can pay directly using M-Pesa. The answer is No, but you can always use your M-Pesa account to top up your card or PayPal account then pay for your Netflix subscription.

 

Frequently Asked Questions 

What is Netflix? 

Netflix is a streaming service that allows you to stream your favourite TV shows, movies, animations, documentaries and more on any internet-connected device. 

With Netflix, you can watch as much as you want, whenever you want for low monthly prices. There is always something new to watch that is added every week.

Where can I watch?  

Netflix can be watched anywhere, anytime on several internet-connected devices i.e Smartphones, tablets, streaming media players, game consoles and Smart TVs. All you need is to sign in with your account and watch it instantly. 

You can also download your favourite shows with iOS, Android or Windows 10 app to watch later without an internet connection.

How to cancel Netflix subscription? 

This service automatically deducts applicable subscription fees from your bank or PayPal account monthly. If you want to cancel your subscription, you first need to sign in to your account, go to account options that is visible and cancel your plan in two clicks. Netflix does not offer cancellation fees of starting or stopping your account.

What can I watch on Netflix?  

Netflix platform has an extensive library of feature films, documentaries, TV shows, animations, movies and series. You can watch as much you want. 

How much do Netflix subscriptions cost? 

Netflix subscription plans cost ranges from Ksh 700 to Ksh 1,200 in Kenya. Enjoy unlimited movies and TV shows on any internet-connected device at a fixed Monty fee.

Read Also: List of Internet Service Providers in Kenya.

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