U.K. mobile operator O2 has announced it’s partnering with the online streaming service Netflix on some of its phone, tablet, mobile broadband and Sim only tariffs to customers who take a new deal by 8 August.
The offer which could be a new deal maker for those looking to get a good deal is only available to high data users, for example you’d have to sign up to at least 18GB a month on a 12-month Sim only deal.
O2 is offering a Netflix package worth £7.99 a month, which is the standard subscription and means you can watch two screens at the same time. O2 says the six-month is worth £47.94, and the 12-month is worth £95.88. .
The six months free Netflix subscription offer is available on:
• Mobile contracts with a 15GB a month tariff or higher
• Sim only 12 month contracts with 18GB a month or higher
• A tablet with a 5GB a month tariff or higher
• A mobile broadband tariff with 18GB a month or more
A 12 months free Netflix subscription will be offered to those buying a phone with a 25GB a month tariff. New or upgrading customers will be able to get their free Netflix subscription 14 days after signing up to the O2 contract. For existing Netflix customers, the O2 offer will be credited to your account.
Once your free subscription ends, you’ll be opted automatically into paying for Netflix via your mobile contract and so remember to cancel it if you no longer want it.