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3rd Jun '16 2:41:07 PM Galadriel
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* Netflix (at least in Canada) has a one-month free trial when you first sign up.
7th Apr '16 6:33:14 PM vehement
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** [=mIRC=] does the same thing, except for 30 days. However, if you're far, FAR beyond the 30 day perioid (as in, several years), the program might ultimately refuse to work until you buy it.

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** [=mIRC=] does the same thing, except for 30 days. However, if you're far, FAR beyond the 30 day perioid period (as in, several years), the program might ultimately refuse to work until you buy it.
3rd Apr '16 11:57:05 AM aedon
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* Music streaming service Spotify lets you use Spotify Premium for two weeks. You can download songs so you don't need WiFi to listen, there aren't any ads, and you can pick individual tracks instead of always shuffling.

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* Music streaming service Spotify lets you use Spotify Premium for two weeks. You can download songs so you don't need WiFi Wi-Fi to listen, there aren't any ads, and you can pick individual tracks instead of always shuffling.
7th Mar '16 2:30:03 PM Adept
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* America Online's [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_AOL#Direct_marketing_of_disks crazy free trial discs they sent out in the early 2000s]]... most people threw them away or collected them for fun. {{Smosh}} made several jokes about them:

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* America Online's [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_AOL#Direct_marketing_of_disks crazy free trial discs they sent out in the early 2000s]]... most people threw them away or collected them for fun. {{Smosh}} WebVideo/{{Smosh}} made several jokes about them:
23rd Feb '16 8:47:16 AM UptownSurfer
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* ''VideoGame/MonkeyShines'' has a free trial that allows you the play the first world "Spooked" for a thirty days. Registering allows you the play the remaining four worlds in the game as well as custom levels.
21st Jan '16 5:30:13 PM nombretomado
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* {{Steam}} frequently has "free weekends". Typically for multiplayer based games (the game in question also tends to be discounted for the same length of time).

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* {{Steam}} UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} frequently has "free weekends". Typically for multiplayer based games (the game in question also tends to be discounted for the same length of time).
17th Oct '15 7:52:40 PM AnotherGamer
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** [=mIRC=] does the same thing, except for 30 days.

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** [=mIRC=] does the same thing, except for 30 days. However, if you're far, FAR beyond the 30 day perioid (as in, several years), the program might ultimately refuse to work until you buy it.
13th Oct '15 11:51:39 AM DaibhidC
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* In the UK, Amazon offer a 30 day free trial of Amazon Prime. Became controversial when newspapers reported that people weren't being reminded their free trial was up; Amazon just started taking money if you didn't cancel.
12th Jul '15 9:23:11 PM JMQwilleran
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A 30-day free trial gives you access to a game or service for a fixed, limited amount of time without having to pay for it until the time is elapsed. After that, the trial period ends, and you'll have to dish out the dough if you want to continue. If it's a subscription-based service, you'll often be billed automatically for another month once the trial is over.[[note]]And if you want to cancel your subscription before the trial period expires, it's not unheard of for the vendor to make it difficult to actually cancel the service. They already have your credit card number, and may continue to charge you for services you no longer want until you go through the "proper" procedures, or dispute the transaction through the credit card company.[[/note]]

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A 30-day free trial gives you access to a game or service for a fixed, limited amount of time without having to pay for it until the time is elapsed. After that, the trial period ends, and you'll have to dish out the dough if you want to continue. If it's a subscription-based service, you'll often be billed automatically for another month once the trial is over.[[note]]And if you want to cancel your subscription before the trial period expires, it's not unheard of for the vendor to make it difficult to actually cancel the service. They already have your credit card number, and may continue to charge you for services you no longer want until you go through the "proper" procedures, or dispute the transaction through the credit card company. Many, however, are kinder - you'll generally be set to auto-renew by default, but all you have to do is go into the settings to cancel.[[/note]]



* Netflix has many different avenues of giving new customers 30-day free trials.

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* Netflix has many different avenues of giving new customers 30-day free trials. Hulu and Amazon Prime also both offer them.
13th May '15 10:19:43 AM MagwitchOo
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* ''VideoGame/{{Rift}}'' has a seven-day free trial.
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