All T-Mobile ONE family plans now include a Netflix subscription

Posted September 07, 2017

T-Mobile says customers can activate Netflix by calling T-Mobile, visiting the carrier's website or walking into a carrier store beginning on September 12.

The subscription is for the standard $9.99 Netflix subscription, which lets viewers stream on two devices in high definition. And it's limited to one Netflix subscription per family account. Four lines are $160 - taxes and fees included. One, you have to be on a new T-Mobile ONE plan.

T-Mobile Chief Executive John Legere said the new offer wasn't created to entice people to spend more for service, though the company has spent the past two years nudging customers toward its profitable family plans.

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T-Mobile US CEO John Legere speaks at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.Steve Marcus/ReutersT-Mobile customers will soon be getting Netflix service for free, compliments of the wireless company.

T-Mobile "didn't get a big discount" from Netflix to support the new offering, Legere said. The difference between Netflix Standard and Netflix Premium is the addition of Ultra HD (4K resolution) and a total of 4 simultaneously streaming screens at once (instead of 2).

The deal will start September 12, and customers can get it started online, in a T-Mobile store, or by calling T-Mobile, the Verge reported. The T-Mobile account also has to be in good standing to be eligible.

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T-Mobile US Inc. said Wednesday it will offer family-plan subscribers free access to Netflix Inc.'s streaming-video service, the carrier's latest bid to lure wireless customers away from its larger rivals. To deliver even SD video, T-Mobile uses data compression to deliver your video using only 1.5Mbps.

Much like what T-Mobile's "unlimited" data has offered for the past couple years, fine print matters. The streaming-video provider has also forged accords with Comcast, the largest cable operator in the US, and Liberty Global, Europe's largest cable company, to let users log in through their cable boxes. Why is T-Mobile doing this?

T-Mobile made a point to have multiple executives point out that there is "no catch" to the offer during the media event.

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