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Netflix offer now available on Pay Monthly plans $39.99+

Vodafone’s one year Netflix offer now available on Pay Monthly plans $39.99+

Friday 14 December, 2018

In August, Vodafone announced it was bundling a one year Netflix subscription with its Pay Monthly Mobile plans $79.99 or above.

Due to the strong customer demand for the Netflix offer, Vodafone is extending the promotion for a limited time, to include Pay Monthly plans $39.99+. This is available to new and resigning customers.

Vodafone Consumer Director, Carolyn Luey says the Netflix offer is about meeting the growing expectation customers have of endless entertainment.

“Kiwis love to do things on the go, so we want to give our customers options that are relevant to their lifestyle. Whether it’s on your phone, tablet or smart TV, we want to give Kiwis exactly what they want – the freedom to enjoy amazing Netflix content wherever they are on whatever device – and it’s on us,” Luey said.

From today, all eligible customers will be able to access the one year Netflix subscription offer. Check out www.vodafone.co.nz/Netflix for more details.

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