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Vodafone India announces free Netflix subscription for RED post-paid customers
MUMBAI: Telecom service provider Vodafone is offering a complimentary Netflix subscription for its RED post-paid customers in India.
The company has announced that RED post-paid subscribers using Rs 1,299 and higher plans are eligible to get up to one-year Netflix subscription for free.
RED post-paid customers can avail free Netflix subscription by visiting the official Vodafone India online store or they can activate the scheme by texting ‘Netflix’ to 199 from their RED post-paid number.
The users will get Rs 500 per month credited to their Netflix account depending on the value of the plan.
The RED post-paid plans start from Rs 499. The subscribers opting for the Netflix offer will initially get a free two months’ subscription. After the gift period, the monthly rental as per the Netflix plan chosen by the consumer will be added to the customers’ Vodafone bill.
Vodafone’s Rs 1,299 RED plan offers its customer unlimited calls including free outgoing roaming calls on its home network. It comes bundled with 100 text messages and 20GB of 4G/3G data smartphone users. The company is also offering 30GB free data to RED 1299 Unlimited plan subscribers.
Other RED post-paid plans eligible for the offer include the RED 1699 Unlimited, RED 1999 Unlimited and RED 2999 Unlimited. RED 1699 offers unlimited local and STD minutes along with 16GB of 3G/ 4G data and additional 4GB 4G data for 4G smartphone users, free national roaming and 100 national SMS.
RED 1999 Unlimited and RED 2999 Unlimited plans offer similar benefits to those of RED 1699 plan. The only difference is they offer additional 4G data.
The company has not announced when the offer expires.