Anyone want to share there Netflix account?
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June 19, 2019 / By Lettice Question:
Does anyone care to share there Netflix account information with me. I really wanna watch the orange is the new black but I don't have a credit card :(
Best Answers: Anyone want to share there Netflix account?
Joyce | 6 days ago
Get a credit card.
No one in their right mind is going to share their Netflix account info.
Netflix allows two simultaneous connections per account with a option for 4. https://support.netflix.com/en/node/373
If anyone were to post their account info here, which is seen by millions of people, what do you think the chances are that they would ever be able to watch it again?
That being said,
You can't beat Netflix for eight bucks a month. https://signup.netflix.com/ It's 100% legal and there are no security worries. Netflix also has a great interface and is supported by many smart TVs, DVD players and video boxes such as the ROKU.
Amazon Prime http://www.amazon.com/gp/prime/?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&linkCode=ur2&tag=excharge-20 is another option. If you already have a Amazon prime membership, it won't cost anything extra. There is a lot of content, however the interface is not as smooth as Netflix.
In either case,
How fast is your Internet connection?
If you are going to have multiple users or simultaneous devices such s ROKU boxes to do HD streaming such as Netflix, then you'll want a minimum of 10 Mbps or faster.
Your Internet bandwidth is shared among all of the users of your LAN. So any bandwidth others are using will be deducted from the total WAN (Internet) bandwidth that is available to you.
In simple terms, the more users you have the more speed will be required. Streaming video, such as Netflix and Amazon Prime require a lot of bandwidth. Here are the minimum recommendations from Netflix. https://support.netflix.com/en/node/306
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No i am not share my Netflix Membership Account. For getting the v\credit card some process you must do. You get the detail about it by going on this link - http://www.rozyjos.com/2013/02/upgrade-netflix-membership-account-or-plan-in-middle-of-month.html
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I don't feel comfortable sharing my Netflix.
However, you can watch all the episodes here:
You will have to deal with some annoying ads/pop up windows, but if you just close them all out, you'll be able to watch that show for free.
Note: when you click on an episode, there will be links to different "versions". Choose any that go to putlocker.com or sockshare.com, they're the best quality and least amount of ads.
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Nobody but a lunatic will give you account details. they would be totally liable for any misuse of the account and have no control on your use of it. Apart from that it would be totally illegal as they have signed agreeing to terms of service making binding legal contract. This precludes allowing anyone else to use the account. We have no time for beggars here so go away.
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Dude I'm sorry that everyone sick on here. I would share with you....lol but I don't have one either. But in regards to the others on here dissing you for asking, it is as simple as private messaging them the info. If the person sharing doesn't like you....then they can change the password and BOOM they can't get on anymore.
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