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FREEBIE - 1 month free trial of Netflix, cancel before your month is up to avoid getting charged

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Posted 29th Jan 2018Edited by:"deleted1391139"
OK bear with me - I know this is well-known! By those in the know

BUT NOT BY EVERYBODY - there are always new people coming along who don't know this. And there could be people like me who trialled Netflix 2 or 3 years ago and decided the content was too rubbish to pay for.

Here we have a free month's trial of Netflix for zero, nada, didly squat. If you choose to continue you'll have to pay for Month 2 onwards.
help.netflix.com/en/…282

You might as well choose the £9.99 option - if you think you'll cancel, you just had a free month of the best option; if you think you'll continue, you can always switch to a cheaper tariff.

You can cancel anytime in the first month, so put it in the diary.

Could somebody pls suggest some good things to watch this next month? Thx
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How do you keep getting free 1 months subscription when they so for your credit card
pambecs1 m ago

How do you keep getting free 1 months subscription when they so for your …How do you keep getting free 1 months subscription when they so for your credit card


When they ASK for your credit card details
deleted139113930th Jan 2018

initially the only use is for Netflix, are they all good for that? Just …initially the only use is for Netflix, are they all good for that? Just about to buy the Amazon Fire TV...do any of them allow you to cast streaming movies from your PC to non-smart TV?


Yes, all 3 will support Netflix. I'd personally go for the Roku if I had to choose only one as it's a more open platform and supports more services (pretty much everything!), but the firestick is decent if what you want is available on it, but it does have a strong Amazon content bias, which could be annoying if you don't use Amazon much.

Chromecast specialises in casting to non-smart TV's (In fact, it's all it does do!), so that's probably your best best for casting, but I think the other 2 do offer limited versions of casting now.
Any codes for 2months or more for free... anyone, anyone... no seriously anyone
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