As it did with customers in the path of Hurricane Harvey, T-Mobile is responding to Hurricane Irma with free service for affected customers. Starting today, anyone with two or more lines on the T-Mobile One plan will get a Netflix subscription for free.
Are there any caveats? . But customers can apply the $10 monthly credit from T-Mobile to Netflix's $12 per month premium plan so they pay just $2 a month for that service, which offers ultra-high resolution 4K video streams and allows subscribers to tune in Netflix videos on up to four devices at once.
Want Netflix? T-Mobile is willing to foot the bill.
How to I sign up? . "More and more fans are bingeing on mobile, so we're bringing together Netflix's award-winning TV shows and movies with T-Mobile's award-winning, unlimited network". (Those plans cost about $100 for two lines with DVD-quality video, with HD video costing extra).
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It works for existing and new subscribers; T-Mobile will transfer your Netflix details. The T-Mobile account also has to be in good standing to be eligible.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere took a jab at the Un-carrier's competitors saying in a statement, "The future of mobile entertainment is not about bolting a satellite dish to the side of your house or resuscitating faded 90s dotcoms".
NOTE: If the two lines are for a pair of users that are 55-years of age or older, the price is $60 a month, total. T-Mobile's unlimited plan now costs two people $120 a month, while a family of four pays $160. To deliver even SD video, T-Mobile uses data compression to deliver your video using only 1.5Mbps. Other carriers offer similar incentives. But, if you like curling up with your smartphone and watching the latest episode of Stranger Things or Orange is the New Black, the T-Mobile plan is worth investing in.
Nevertheless, the promotion is likely to give at least some lift to Netflix's US subscriber figures. If you aren't a T-Mobile subscriber, will this make you switch?
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