It’s no secret that we all have ditched cable only to pay hundreds of dollars in streaming app fees.
Netflix seems to constantly increase their prices and has since released plans to stop people from sharing their passwords and accounts.
With that being said, if you are looking to cut out some of those streaming fees such as Netflix, this is for you.
Verizon and Netflix are teaming up to bring back one of their most popular deals giving customers a free year of Netflix ($240 value).
Not only will you be able to save $240 over the course of 12 months, you’ll be able to stream everything in the Netflix library on all of your devices (up to 4 simultaneous streams), watch in 4K Ultra HD resolution, and download content for offline viewing.
How to Get Free Netflix For a Year
New and current Verizon wireless, 5G Home and LTE Home customers that purchase at least one annual subscription from their +play hub, will receive the year of Netflix for free.
In case you don’t know, the Verizon +play hub allows custmers to have access to tons of different streaming platforms in one place.
You can select apps that includes AMC+, Calm, MasterClass, Paramount+, the Peloton App, STARZ, Super Duolingo, Blue Apron, FlixLatino, KOCOWA+, Hallmark TV, Marquee TV, MasterClass, Paramount+, Quello Concerts by Stingray, UP Faith and Family and Wondrium.
You can also subscribe to services like Disney+, Hulu, ESPN+, Discovery, HBO Max, and Xbox Game Pass.
In the end, it ends up being like a BOGO deal where you purchase at least 1 subscription and you get Netflix for free.
If you already have Netflix, simply sign in with your current credentials after completing your purchase to receive 1 year of Netflix Premium on Verizon, and they’ll transfer your billing to +play.
This is an awesome way to save some money right now. You can read more about the Free Year of Netflix here.