How do I get Netflix?
With a TCL Netflix ready TV, head over to their website to subscribe. Take advantage of any current free offers and choose the plan you think will be best suited to you and your family. There is no lock-in fees contracts or penalties. If you wish to end your subscription you can do so at any time.
What TV shows and movies can I watch?
Netflix has 125 million hours of content that can be viewed each day. It has everything from current drama series to lifestyle shows, reality shows, the latest movies, history content, documentaries, design shows, comedy, kids shows and many other genres. With its amazing suggestion system, it will show you other content that may suit your viewing patterns.
How does Netflix work and how do I get it?
There is a monthly subscription when you join, however, the first month is generally a free trial. In this trial period, you can access the entire Netflix catalogue so you will get a true experience of the whole viewing choice. These plans and offers can change from time to time, so please check their main website to confirm details before selecting.
Can Netflix be accessed and viewed on any other device?
Yes. It can be accessed on TV’s, gaming consoles, media streaming devices, tablets, smartphones……basically, any device that has access to the Netflix App.
What internet speed do you need for better picture quality?
Streaming through your broadband connection can be quite data intense, so if you have limits on your internet it won’t take much to burn through your allowance. As a guide, Netflix has made available the following table based on the picture quality you wish to view in:
- 3M/sec – Recommended for SD quality
- 5M/sec – Recommended for HD quality
- 25M/sec – Recommended for Ultra HD quality
For example, to watch Netflix in HD, ensure you select an HD plan, then through the settings, set your video quality to High or Auto. This will play all programs that are in HD, as long as your broadband can supply a connection speed of 5M/sec or faster. It would also be worthwhile to find this out before signing up, as it can determine which package you decide to get. Take advantage of the resource provided by Netflix to test here: website