Vodafone Users, Here’s How You Can Get Netflix ‘Free’ For A Year
Almost every internet users in India had enjoyed the free services provided by Reliance Jio. Reliance Jio had already offered free internet, calls, SMS for 9 months. However, the free streak of Reliance Jio has reached the end.
Reliance Jio had already started to charge users for enjoying the unlimited 4G and call benefits. The company had also introduced some affordable plans that are attracting users. Well, to join the race Vodafone is recently launching few offers to stand up against Reliance Jio.
Vodafone had previously introduced an internet plan at Rs.29. Users will get unlimited 3G/4G data at just Rs 29 for five hours at night (1 am to 6 pm). Now, Vodafone is giving away free Netflix subscription to any subscriber with a RED plan of Rs 1,299 or higher.
The one-year free Netflix subscription is available for the subscribers who are running Vodafone’s RED Plans start at Rs 1,299, Rs 1,699, Rs 1,999 and Rs 2,999.
If we talk about Vodafone’s Rs 1299 Red postpaid plan, it offers unlimited calls on a home network and also gives 100 free text messages. Users can get 20GB of bundled 4G/3G data. The same plan is also eligible for free 30GB data.
So, if you have subscribed to Vodafone’s Red 1299 plan or higher, you just need to claim the free subscription of Netflix by visiting shop.vodafone.in or users can also send text message ‘Netflix’ to 199 to get Netflix ‘free’.
There is another important thing that you should keep in mind before claiming the free subscription. Those on the RED 1299/1699 will get two months of free Netflix subscription. Users on RED 1999 will get three months and those who are on expensive RED 2999 plan will get one year of Netflix which is worth Rs 6,000.
Tony Zamerczkowski, Vice President, Business Development, Netflix Asia said “This partnership with Vodafone now makes it more convenient for customers to access their favourite Netflix movies and TV shows anytime and anywhere; and pay seamlessly within their existing Vodafone account,”
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