Netflix gift cards now available at 7-Eleven outlets

  • TECH
  • Friday, 17 Aug 2018

Auto-playing trailers for Netflix shows will now be available on their mobile app too.

Netflix fans now have an additional option when it comes to paying for the service – gift cards – so they can continue streaming without interruption.

The gift cards, sold at 7-Eleven outlets, can be used start or renew a subscription.

Netflix Southeast Asia communications head Leigh Wong says providing customers another way to pay for their memberships puts the power of choice and control in the hands of consumers.

“Introducing gift cards in Malaysia is all about putting consumers first. We let members decide what, when, and how they watch – on mobile phones, computers, gaming consoles, set-top boxes, or even smart TVs that come with the Netflix app pre-installed,” he said.

The gift cards will be available in two denominations – RM50 and RM100.

Customers can redeem the cards at by either setting up a new account or crediting an existing account on any service plan.

They can redeem more than one card per account, and will be able to view their available balance on the account page.

For those that don’t already have a credit or debit card associated with the account, they will need to add another gift card when the credit runs out.

For more information on Netflix Gift Cards in Malaysia, check out Netflix’s support site:

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