Chrome OS' stripped-down, web-based ecosystem is a ideal platform for streaming apps, particularly if you happen to own a top-tier Chromebook with a gorgeous display like, say, the Google Pixelbook. Those with certain models can now get six months of the streaming service for free, courtesy of a fresh offer which Google has introduced for selected Chrome OS-powered notebooks.
Apart from these, those who already own these Chromebooks can also redeem the offer. That old cable subscription is looking less and less like a good deal and there are now tons of ways to enjoy content online. Along with that, you will also get HD video and access to download on a compatible device.
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Google has placed some terms and conditions though.
For users outside the U.S., it seems like the offer can be redeemed against Netflix accounts in other countries, although this isn't mentioned in the T&Cs.
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Fancy watching a spot of Netflix on your Chromebook? For one, you'll be limited to a mid-tier plan which gives you the ability to stream the service on two screens at a time. Offer is not redeemable or refundable for cash, subject to applicable law, and can not be exchanged for Netflix gift subscriptions. Google states that it is possible to apply the value of this promotion to a different plan, making Netflix Premium with 4K streaming significantly cheaper.
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