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Vodafone to offer free Netflix for six months on Red 4G tariffs

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Thu May 22 2014, 10:33
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UK MOBILE OPERATOR Vodafone will soon offer six months of free Netflix access to punters who sign up to one of its Red 4G tariffs.

Those who sign up to Vodafone's Red 4G plan already can choose between six months of either Spotify Premium or Sky Sports Mobile TV free, and the operator announced on Thursday that it will soon add Netflix as an option.

Vodafone said in a blog post, "Vodafone 4G has always been a bit different from the rest of the pack, because we don't just up your mobile connection speed and give you a big chunk of monthly data, we offer you entertainment packs to use it on too. Now Netflix is joining the pack, we've got every base covered - whether you're into music, sport or film.

"So what's the deal? As of July 2014, anyone signing up or upgrading to a Vodafone Red 4G plan can opt for Netflix as their entertainment pack of choice. Do that, and once you've taken a couple of minutes to sign up to Netflix we'll furnish you with six months of access as part of your plan."

Vodafone added that existing Netflix subscribers can take advantage of the offer too, with the deal making your subscription free for six months after signing up.

To take the offer, you'll need to sign up to one of Vodafone's Red 4G tariffs from July, which come with 1GB, 2GB or 4GB of data, respectively, with prices starting from £26 per month.

This news comes just days after Vodafone boasted that its 4G service now covers 233 towns and cities across the UK. µ

 

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