With Netflix’s release of over 50 original programs in 2017, it has quickly become the leading TV service provider. But how do you sign up for Netflix using your TV code? Let this blog post be your guide!
Follow these five easy steps to get started:
-Open the browser on your device and go to netflix.com/tv8
-Enter the 16 digit TV code printed on the back cover of this book -Select a plan tier – $7.99 per month for one screen, $9.99 per month for two simultaneous screens, and $11.99 per month for four simultaneous screens -Complete the sign up form
-Download the Netflix app on your TV and start watching shows!
If you need further assistance while setting up your device, Netflix’s customer service can be contacted at 1-866-716-0414 and will be happy to walk you through the process.
To date, Netflix has over 100 million subscribers, who are watching over 140 million hours of TV shows & movies on Netflix every day. So what are you waiting for? Get started today with netflix.com/tv8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
*Netflix’s TV Codes are only good for 30 days. To get a new code, contact the Netflix customer service at 1-866-716-0414.
*If you need further assistance while setting up your device, Netflix’s customer service can be contacted at 1-866-716-0414 and will be happy to walk you through the process.
1– The TV Code listed in this book is valid until 3/2/2019. New TV Codes will be added to this book as they are released. 7-digit TV codes are not provided for Roku, Chromecast, Firestick, or Apple TV.
2– Netflix does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the content in this book.
3– You agree that if this book is returned to Netflix, it will be subjected to the Netflix Quality Guidelines and Testing Procedures.
4– You may use any authorized streaming media device with a valid Netflix TV code found in this book netflix.com/tv8. The code restrictions for each device can be found on the applicable device user manual.
If you have an older, analog television set and haven’t yet signed up for Netflix, it’s time you did. You might not know that all of your TV provider information is still stored in your device’s memory, even if you’ve never had cable. This means that if, for example, you were with Dish TV years ago and switched to DirectTV two years ago but keep your old dish receiver plugged in out of convenience or nostalgia—it still has the info to tell Netflix how to register!
As of December 2017, there are over 100 million US households with a Netflix subscription. That’s a lot of people, which are paying for the service but might not have an account. In fact, over 27 million of Netflix’s US members don’t even have an account!
If you aren’t sure if you can register using your TV code, then check now. You can find it on your box—it’s the same 6 digit number that is embedded on the back of your tv or includes a unique name and address. When you enter this code into Netflix, it will see if you already have an active account, and if not, it will prompt you to create one in order to stream movies and tv shows.
Fill in your TV provider information, including the following information:
1. Your consumer name (last name or first initial)
2. Your consumer account number (Vanity address, neighborhood, you get the picture)
3. The last 4 digits of your checking/savings card number (as long as you have one ;))
4. The last 4 digits of your credit card number (as long as you have one ;))
5. Make sure to update any other TV services and channels you may have linked to your account so that Netflix can ensure it’s aggregating all of the data needed for registrations from set top boxes like your DVD player or smart TV . For more Details http://collectiveapathy.com/
Pro Tip: You can even use your cable/provider’s website to update or add any other information that is necessary for Netflix to find your account. Whether it be adding on a landline number or updating a new debit/credit card, you can usually make these updates at the click of a button. After you do, you’ll have to navigate over to Netflix’s site and enter in the 6 digit number they gave you back on their customer service page.