On January 05, 2015, the giant internet streaming media platform Netflix announced its services for all over the world. Just like other countries, now the Netflix is also available in Pakistan to watch top rated movies, TV shows on various devices. Now the services of Netflix are available for almost 130 countries across the globe.
The entertainment lovers in Pakistan will be able to enjoy their favorite movies and TV shows without any further waiting just with the help of internet.
How to use Netflix in Pakistan?
Netflix is offering its entertainment content for free for the first month. However, to avail the free service, willing users are required to create an account at www.netflix.com.
Netflix Free Plan:
Netflix free plan is for one month only and will expire on 07/02/2016. Those who wants to avail free services are required to get their self registered now.
Other paid plans after the expiry of the free plan.
Price: $7.99 per month
HD print not available, only one screen allow, watch on laptop/tablet/PC/smartphone, unlimited movies & TV shows.
Price: $9.99 per month
HD print, ultra HD, two screens you can watch on at the same time, watch on laptop/tablet/PC/smartphone, unlimited movies & TV shows.
Price: $11.99 per month
HD print, ultra HD, four screens you can watch on at the same time, watch on laptop/tablet/PC/smartphone, unlimited movies & TV shows.
Devices to Access Netflix in Pakistan?
As Netflix is virtually available on almost all those devices that have an internet connection. So, its entertaining features can be accessed from PCs, tablets, smartphones, Smart TVs, and game consoles. All these devices will provide the users in Pakistan a best streaming quality according to users’ bandwidth plan.
What is Netflix?
Netflix is an internet streaming media platform that features the top rated movies, original TV shows, dramas, episodes, seasons, documentaries and all those entertaining stuff that will be beyond your imaginations. It is the place for all those original series that are hard to locate on other media streaming platforms.
— Netflix US (@netflix) January 6, 2016