Netflix has announced that its free plan in Kenya will come to an end on November 1st, 2023. This means that if you’re currently on the free plan, your membership will be automatically canceled unless you upgrade to one of their paid plans.
Netflix had launched the free plan in Kenya on Dec. 8, 2021.
New Netflix Pricing Plans
Netflix offers four different pricing plans, each with its own set of features. Here’s a breakdown of what each plan offers
|Netflix Plan Features||Monthly price||Video quality||Resolution||Devices you can use to watch|
|Basic||Ksh 200||Good||480p||Phone, Tablet|
|Standard||Ksh 300||Good||720p||Phone, Tablet, Computer|
|Premium||Ksh 700||Better||1080p||Phone, Tablet, Computer, TV|
|Ultra||Ksh 1,100||Best||4K+HDR||Phone, Tablet, Computer, TV|
Please note that HD (720p), Full HD (1080p), Ultra HD (4K), and HDR availability are subject to your internet service and device capabilities. Not all content is available in all resolutions.
The number of devices you can use to watch Netflix at the same time varies depending on the plan you choose. You can watch on 4 different devices at the same time with the Ultra plan, 2 with the Premium plan, and 1 with both the Basic and Standard plans.
If you wish to continue enjoying Netflix after November 1st, you’ll need to upgrade to one of these paid plans. The good news is that these plans start as low as Ksh 200/month and unlock all shows and movies, more features, and the option to watch on your phone, TV or laptop.
Remember that only people who live with you may use your account. So choose a plan that’s right for you and continue enjoying your favorite TV shows and movies on Netflix!