How much does Netflix subscription cost in Pakistan

By Matthias Samuel

Netflix is the leading video streaming service in the world, with 118 million subscribers. It was founded in 1997. Netflix is widely known for its menu of original shows, television classics, and abundant choice of movies.

How much does Netflix cost in Pakistan

In Pakistan, to buy Netflix you can simply buy it through Netflix Pakistan website, https://www.netflix.com/signup/planform. You can also get Netflix through PTCL, https://www.ptcl.com.pk/netflix?linkId=968.

Netflix provides its consumers with three primary monthly pricing plans, as follows:

Basic, Rs.920 per month. Netflix’s basic plan doesn’t provide high definition viewing and its programs can only be watched on one screen at a time.

Standard, Rs.1200 per month. The Netflix standard offers HD videos and allows for two simultaneous viewings.

Premium, Rs.1500 per month. The top tier offering includes the ability to watch four screens at the same time. It’s also the only item on the Netflix that offers a 4K viewing option.

Netflix is offering a new high-end streaming service option only in select cities. The program, called “Ultra”, reportedly offers four Ultra HD viewing streams and/or content viewable in HDR format.

How Netflix Works

When you join Netflix the process of getting up, running and streaming videos is easy.

Once that’s done, you’ll be given a “no charge”, one-month free trial, where you can try different service models. If, at any point during the trial period, you opt to end your Netflix experience, you can cancel immediately. Once you sign into Netflix go to the upper right hand of the home page and hit the “Your Account & Help” button. Go to “Cancel Membership” and follow the procedure to cancel your account. Even if you cancel your account at any time during the grace period, you can still watch Netflix programming through the end of the 30-day trial period.

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Matthias Samuel is a student of history in Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) Islamabad, and occasionally writes blogs and articles.