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Netflix Pakistan is now charging membership fee in Pakistani Rupees

Yes you heard it right.. Now you can pay your membership fee in PKR if you are a Pakistani Netflix user.  This new change has already been implied from 27th August 2018 onwards.

Netflix states:

“This change is part of our ongoing work to improve Netflix for our members in Pakistan”

Netflix debuted in 1997, which means it has now been around for two entire decades. By this point, most other companies would’ve sold out and injected advertising into every nook and cranny they could find.Netflix is also offering various Pakistani dramas, movies and shows. Some of the famous dramas that you can watch on Netflix are:

  • Humsafar
  • Shehr-e-Zaat
  • Sadqay Tumharay
  • Dastaan
  • Meri Zaat Zarra-e-Benishan

 

 

Famous Pakistani movies like Janan, Balu Mahi, Ho Man Jahan, Rangreza can also be found on Netflix directory. Moreover Netflix offers a variety of different types of movies you can choose from all kind of genres. From Disney movies to your favorite TV series sitcom. I used to think Netflix is overrated but truthfully it’s one of the best tools.

 

 

If you are deciding to join Netflix then here is some information that will help you sign up. First month subscription is free of charge! Afterwards, you can select any suitable package as follow:

  • Basic (PKR 950)
  • Standard(PKR 1,200)
  • Premium(PKR 1,500)

The Basic package offers viewings in SD (Standard Definition) only with single screen allowed to be viewed on one device only. HD (High Definition) is available for the Standard and Premium package subscribers whereas Ultra HD (4K resolution) is only available to the Premium package users.

Moreover you can share screens with your friends and family in Standard and Premium Packages. More than one screen can be shared with pals in the Standard and Premium packages with Standard allows two screens and Premium allows 4 screens sharing at a time.

 

 

 

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Usman Ghani

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