Enjoy amazing entertainment made easy, subscribe to Netflix with your PLDT Home account!

PLDT Home subscribers can now charge their Netflix subscription through their PLDT Home bill - allowing Filipinos families to watch high caliber shows and movies from one of the world’s leading digital content providers and providing an easy and secure way to process the payment. That’s right - you don’t need a debit or credit card to subscribe to Netflix. It’s fast, easy and secure! You may simply charge your Netflix account to your monthly PLDT Home bill.

Here’s how to subscribe with your PLDT Home account:

  • Go to
  • Click register and log in using your myHome ID.
  • Read and accept the terms and conditions.
  • Create or log in your Netflix account.
  • Start streaming your favorite shows.
That’s it! Netflix will automatically link its monthly charges to your PLDT Home bill, so you can easily pay both dues off in one transaction. How convenient is that?

Not only does PLDT Home Fibr make it easy to subscribe to Netflix, but it also lets you enjoy your favorite movies and TV shows on the service nonstop through the power and speed of the country’s undisputed fastest and most reliable fixed network, as affirmed by globally renowned internet testing analysts like Ookla and OpenSignal.

Watch your favorite Netflix movies and series on TV screens with PLDT Home TVolution Lite, a streaming device that lets you watch Netflix, Cignal, iflix, YouTube and over a hundred of free streaming channels. For more updates and information, like PLDT Home’s official Facebook ( and follow PLDT Home on Twitter and Instagram at @PLDTHome.

Topics: PLDT Home , Netflix , PLDT Home Fibr , PLDT Home TVolution Lite
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