September 22, 2015

Vodafone once again offers Netflix to 4G customers

Getting and setting up Netflix on Vodafone

Vodafone has a history of offering great value extras with some of its mobile plans, such as Spotify Premium or Sky Sports Mobile TV.

Netflix was once one of those extras, but while the partnership between the two firms had ended it’s now been renewed, meaning customers taking out Red Value, SIM Only or Red + Sharer bundles will now once again have the option of getting up to 12 months of Netflix for free.

You’ll get a two-screen plan, worth £7.49 per month and giving you access to the full and constantly updated Netflix catalogue, which includes thousands of films and show, including Netflix originals like Orange is the New Black, Marvel’s Daredevil and House of Cards.

Cindy Rose, Consumer Director at Vodafone UK said: “We are delighted to once again offer Netflix to our Red Value Bundle customers, as we had brilliant customer feedback from those who took Netflix as part of our previous partnership.

“Thanks to our partnership with Netflix and our strong and ever-expanding 4G network, our customers can be out and about and still catch-up with their favourite films or TV shows. Our 4G customers are using four times more data than those on 3G, which shows how popular services such as Netflix are with our 4G customers.”

The Netflix subscription isn’t limited to your Vodafone smartphone (though you can use it there, letting you take advantage of it even when out and about). You can also use it on computers, televisions, tablets and other connected devices. Plus as it’s a two-screen plan two people can watch Netflix at the same time on different devices.

Even if you’re already a Netflix subscriber you can still take advantage of this promotion, as it will be credited to your existing plan.

It’s not just extras that Vodafone offers though, as it’s also steadily building its core service, with 4G now available in 626 cities, towns and districts, as well as thousands of smaller communities across the UK.