Global streaming service, Netlix, launched in Kenya, South Africa, Nigeria and 127 other countries in 2016 amid a lot of fanfare.
Netflix has invested in new shows and films over the years. They include Queen Charlotte: A Bridgerton Story, Young, Famous and African season 2, Luther: The Fallen Sun, Murder Mystery 2, Extraction 2, Glass Onion: Knives Out, Wednesday, Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical, Wednesday, Emily in Paris, Pinnochio, and The Witcher.
African productions such as Disconnect: The Wedding Planner, A Sunday Affair, Kings of Joburg and more have also been launched on Netflix. Kenyan productions on Netflix include 40 Sticks, Disconnect (2018), Lusala (2019), Nairobi Half Life (2012), Poacher (2018), Something Necessary (2013), Soul Boy (2010), Subira (2018), and Veve (2014).
To use Netflix, you need an Internet connection, either mobile, satellite or fibre. You then need to open account and then connect using an app or the Netflix website. Once you’ve opened the Netflix app or Netflix website, you need to select Sign In to access your account and begin watching TV shows and movies. You can sign in on any Netflix-compatible device, or on multiple compatible devices.
In Kenya, Netflix offers the following packages; Mobile, Basic, Standard, and Premium. Netflix also offers a free plan that allows users to enjoy Netflix ad-free on Android mobile phones in Kenya. When you sign-up, no payment information is required. All you have to do is enter your email, confirm you are 18 or over and create a password. Free Plan users can now download series, films and specials at no extra cost.
Netflix Packages and Prices in Kenya 2023
|Sub Saharan Africa (USD)||2.99||3.99||7.99||9.99|