While Salto is currently living his last hours, Molotov did not hesitate to jump at the chance to promote his service. Indeed, the platform is currently offering one year of free subscription to all former French Netflix users. You have until April 2 to take advantage of it.
Molotov did not wait long before rejoicing in Salto’s death. While the “French Netflix” is closing its doors for good this Monday, March 27, its direct competitor sees this as an opportunity to find new customers. Indeed, the platform is today launching the “Molotov Welcome” offer, intended especially for former Salto subscribers. From today, they can benefit from a one-year free subscription to Molotov.
Without having to pay anything, users will have access to more than 80 streaming TV channels, replays of their favorite shows and synchronization on two Full HD screens. The only exception being M6, the channel being only available for two months. Other limitations, it will not be possible to record programming or control live broadcasts. Once the 12 months have passed, users will switch to the Molotov Extra offer at €5.99/month.
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Molotov offers one year free subscription to Salto users
Of course, this offer is limited in time. You will have to subscribe to the subscription before April 2 to take advantage of it. In addition, Molotov will ask you for proof that you have been registered and active on Salto for the past two months. Finally, this offer is only intended for people who have never opened an account on Molotov. Users already present on the platform will not be able to access it.
“It’s always sad when a platform goes out”commented Jean-David Blanc, boss of the streaming service. “Molotov has always been there to make people love TV. We thought we had to offer their users an alternative, without doing a commercial operation like all the others! » Rather than buying Salto, Molotov has therefore found a new way to recover its customers.
Source: Le Parisien