T-Mobile Giving Fee Netflix To Its Smartphone Customers Starting September 12

T-Mobile USA is providing free Netflix subscriptions to the customers who buy at least two lines of T-Mobile One service. USA based company has announced that its T-Mobile ONE family plans will come with free Netflix subscriptions starting September 12.

To qualify the free Netflix deal, T-Mobile smartphone users will need two or more paid voice lines on a T-Mobile ONE family plan, and if customers already pay for a Netflix subscription, the Un-carrier will cover the cost of the standard price: "meaning you'll keep nearly $120 every year." This means that the users who take advantage of the offer will get Netflix's $9.99/month, 2-screen subscription plan at no extra cost, as reported by Mac Rumors.

Starting on September 12, if the user has two or more lines on the magenta T-Mobile's One plan, the user will receive a free subscription to Netflix. Not for a limited time for as long as he/she have those TMo lines of service. This will be available for both new and existing customers, as reported by GSM Arena.

T-Mobile is calling this offer, "Netflix On Us." The latest offer is described as a way for T-Mobile to tackle "one of the biggest customer pain points" in mobile networking contracts that are bigger bundles at increased prices. T-Mobile claimed that while other carrier bundles are about including some features users want and some they don't, with the end goal of increased monthly prices, Netflix On Us adds a service that most T-Mobile customers already use at no extra cost. 

However, to recall, if he user already subscribed to Netflix Standard then T-Mobile will cover that cost from September 12 onwards. And if the user wants a higher Netflix tier, that he/she will only pay the difference that will be added to the TMo bill each month. The user will be able to enroll in the carrier's promo on its website, in stores, as well as through customer support.

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