A few days ago, Vodafone announced that some of its postpaid plans would come bundled with Netflix premium subscription up to one year. And the offer was valid for Vodafone RED postpaid plans above Rs. 1299. Vodafone made an impossible announcement, which no other telecom operator did in India.
Earlier this year, the country’ second largest telecom operator partnered with content provider Netflix to offer services through its platform. And some days ago, the offer was officially unveiled to attract subscribers. As of now, it’s known that the Netflix subscription applies to only RED 1299 and RED 1699 plan. However, there’s much more to it.
Vodafone has posted official terms and conditions of the offer, and there is a total of five plans that comes bundled with the free Netflix subscription- Vodafone RED 1299, RED 1699, RED 1999, RED 2999, and RED 3999.
However, the validity of the subscription differs from plan to plan. That’s why there’s the ‘up to’ one-year catch in the offer. Starting with the Vodafone RED 1299 plan, it gives access to Netflix subscription for ‘1 screen at a time’ for two months, and the same applies to the RED 1699 plan as well.
The RED 1999 plan gifts subscription to Netflix ‘one screen at a time subscription’ for three months. That said, the Vodafone RED 2999 and RED 3999 offers the maximum Netflix subscription for 12 months (one year). But the subscription offers just one screen at a time.
The Netflix subscription of ‘one screen at a time,’ individually costs Rs. 500 for one month and it’s a perfect deal for Vodafone RED postpaid customers. This offer will also enable the operator to grab more postpaid customers.
If you’re on any one of the above-mentioned Vodafone RED postpaid plans, then you can avail the membership by sending an SMS as ‘NETFLIX’ to 121. Furthermore, all these plans offer unlimited voice calls to any network across the country and gives more data on-par with other telecom operators.
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