If you are like me, then you spend most of your time catching up on the latest TV shows or movies. The problem is, I never have the time to sit around and wait for these shows to be on Tv. Since I do not spend most of weekdays in the house, I normally catch up on these shows/movies on weekends and this is why a video on demand site such as ShowMax is the best option for me.
With internet based video on demand service, you are able to watch whatever you want, when you want. So how can you watch your favourite shows for free? Well, ShowMax offers a free 14 day trial for those who sign up using their credit cards.
14 Day Free Trial?
Let’s face it, we all get scared when it comes to investing our hard earned cash on new products and services. If you have never used a service before, you are not sure if you are going to like it or not. You sort of wish you could be given a chance to try it out for a couple of days or weeks before committing to it. No matter how affordable or expensive the service is, no one likes to feel like they wasted their money on something they do not end up liking or enjoying.
Thankfully, ShowMax gives users a free trial period for them to check out its services and decide if it is something worth their money and time. You get to use ShowMax for up to 14 days without paying a cent when you sign up for an account with your credit card or PayPal. Your card will not be charged during the trial period so you don’t have to worry about that.
Just because you have the free trial does not mean there are limitations to your account. When you sign up, you can get ShowMax premium even with a trial account and access all shows and movies. With a premium account, you will also be able to download shows to watch later, this is quite good if you do not have a reliable internet connection at home but in the office you have high speed internet.
Who Can Get the 14-day Trial
For you to qualify for the 14-day trial, you will need to be a new user and your payment details should not have been used on ShowMax before. This means that those who sign up for new accounts are the only ones who qualify.
As mentioned above, only those who use their Credit Cards or PayPal and their default payment options can enjoy the 14-day trial, those who decide to use M-Pesa of vouchers are not eligible.
With the free trial, you still have the option of cancelling it anytime. When you cancel your trial account, you will still have access to the account and the shows and movies on ShowMax till the end of your trial period and you will not be charged a cent. If this sounds like a good deal to you, sing up for ShowMax here.
Top 10 Hollywood shows you should watch
Give that you get a 14 day trial period, below are 10 shows I think you should watch if you sign up for ShowMax. The amazing thing is that you can watch all these shows ad-free and you will also be able to download them on your phone to watch later. You can download a maximum of 25 titles per account. These are my absolute favourite shows that you should binge watch when you can.
- Game of Thrones – Probably one of the best shows of TV right now.
- Grey’s Anatomy – If you love medical dramas, this is the show for you.
- The Office – If you love Steve Carell, you will love the Office.
- Suits – For those who love drama, love and legal stuff.
- Mad Men – Simply the best.
- Friends – One of the oldest and best TV shows on ShowMax.
- Dexter – One of the best crime drama shows out there.
- Robot – If you love hacking or the idea of it, this show is for you.
- The Sopranos – Love mobsters? If so, make sure you watch this.
- House – Medical drama that will keep you on your toes.
The 10 listed shows are just some of the best I have seen on ShowMax, there are hundreds of others that you should check out. You are not just limited to Hollywood shows, you can also find local shows to watch on ShowMax.
Sign up for the 14 day free trial here. After the free trial, you will be able to choose from two packages, ShowMax Select for Ksh 330 per month and ShowMax Premium for Ksh 880 per month.
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