Vodafone is now offering customers who sign up for selected 4G Red plan the choice of two freebies – Netflix, Spotify or Sky Sports Mobile – instead of one.
Since July, punters who’ve signed up for any of Vodafone’s 4G pay monthly plans have been able to get six months of free access to Netflix or two years of free Spotify or Sky Sports Mobile TV.
From September 12 until November 3, customers who sign up for either a 4G Red XL or 4G Red XXL plan will be able to pick and choose two.
Netflix currently costs £5.99/month, meaning this deal will save you a grand total of £35.94. With that you’ll be able to watch titles like House of Cards, Breaking Bad and Orange Is The New Black.
While Vodafone would like you to stream Netflix on your 4G-enabled phone, you’re also free to watch on any platform or device of your choice – online, on your games console or on your smart TV, if you’ve got one.
If not, then Vodafone is still offering 4G customers a fiver off of Chromecast, Google’s streaming TV stick. This means you can pick up free Netflix and a discounted smart TV service in one deal.
As well as Netflix, you can now get 24 months of free Spotify Premium or Sky Sports Mobile TV as well.
Spotify Premium normally costs £9.99/month and gives you access to the entire Spotify catalogue with no adverts and includes the ability to access playlists offline on your phone. Taking this freebie will save you close to £240.
Sky Sports Mobile TV Pack 1 normally costs £4.99/month and lets you stream Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 2 live on your phone. Going for this will save you £119.76.
If you’re already a Sky TV customer with a Sky Sports subscription then you won’t need to go for this, as you already get access to Sky Sports 1 and 2 along with all the other channels including Sky Sports 5 through the Sky Go mobile app.
Prices for the Red XL and XXL plans vary. Red XL pay monthly plans give you 10GB to play with every month and start at £41.50/month for deals with phones like the HTC One Mini 2.
Red XXL ones give you a slightly more generous 13GB monthly data cap for phones like last year’s flagship LG, the G2 on a £50.50/month deal.
Whichever free service you opt for, you’ll need to weigh up how much you’re willing to spend on a new phone every month with how badly you want to save money on Netflix, Spotify or Sky Sports Mobile TV.