Folks who sign up for TalkTalk’s Plus TV bundle can now get six months of Netflix for free.
Customers signing up between now and July 23 will be able to get half a year’s worth of Netflix Standard, which lets you stream in HD (provided you’ve got enough bandwidth) and watch on up to two devices.
The standard Netflix price now costs £7.49/month for new customers although new customers who signed up before the most recent price rise will still be paying £6.99/month.
Plus TV contracts are 18 months long and cost £10/month plus line rental, which is charged at £16.70/month at the standard rate.
Related: TalkTalk starts dishing out free SIMs to Plus TV puntersAs well as up to 17Mbps ADSL broadband (unlimited, no traffic management) you also get a YouView-based TalkTalk TV box with a 350GB hard drive. In real terms, this means you can record up to 200 hours of programmes in SD and 80 hours of programmes in HD.
This is essentially the same deal as above, only with a faster Internet service, giving you top download speeds of 38Mbps for £20/month plus line rental.
You can also stream Netflix on the TalkTalk TV box along with live and catch-up content from BBC iPlayer, 4oD, ITV Player and Demand 5.
Customers who sign up for Plus TV will receive a voucher by email when their TV service has gone live and then the customer will be asked to redeem their code on Netflix.com by 31 August.
If you want to go a little faster and FTTC (Fibre to the Cabinet) is available in your area, you’ve got the option to sign up for Plus TV with Fibre.
All Plus TV bundles come with anytime landline calls and a free TalkTalk Mobile SIM.
TalkTalk customers also have the option of forking out for 12 months worth of line rental up front. TalkTalk Value Line Rental currently costs £180.36, which is equivalent to paying £15.03/month instead of the usual rate.