Now, postpaid users on the plans priced Rs. Airtel If you are on Airtel postpaid then the monthly plans begin from Rs 499 for a free Amazon Prime subscription for one year. The company expanded into film and television production plus online distribution from 2013. This attracting offer is for all the Airtel Postpaid customers as a gift for choosing and staying with Airtel as their primary service provider. Airtel is offering free access on postpaid plans priced at Rs 499 or above.
You can again choose to buy a subscription plan. Now Airtel is offering Netflix subscription absolutely free. The partnership is beneficial not only for the users but is also a win-win for Netflix as well as Airtel. Airtel is offering free Netflix access on postpaid plans priced Rs. Notably, the telco is expected to soon announce which plans will get this benefit. On expiry of the free period, subscribers can pay for an extension using the Airtel postpaid or home broadband bill. The Netflix gift subscription to select mobile and home broadband customers also comes in the afterglow of as many as 1 million Airtel customers recently availing of the Amazon Pay gift card worth Rs 51 in less than 5 days of its rollout.
Bharti Airtel, the second-largest telecom player, that it will offer free Netflix access to select postpaid and broadband users. Airtel Giving 3-Month Free Netflix The details of the same would be unfolded after a few weeks. Affordable high-speed data services and growing smart devices have created a massive opportunity, perhaps one of the biggest in the world, for the uptake of content — both local and global. In an effort to do so, Netflix is tieing up with Indian telcos to double down on its business growth. If you unsubscribe, your membership will end after one year and will not be auto-renewed.
The postpaid users who have the plan of Rs 499 and above stand a chance to get free Netflix subscription. Furthermore, Netflix has 30-second preview videos on mobile today. The subscribers will get the basic plan of Netflix which is Rs 500 per month. However, the Sunil Mittal-led company did not share details on how the service will work, and neither were the pricing details shared. Those not immediately on Airtel plans eligible for the gift subscription will also be able to sign up or upgrade to such plans to claim the gift and pay for Netflix using their Airtel bill. The offer is valid for new as well as existing Netflix members. Back in August Airtel announced that it would offer free Netflix access to its postpaid users on select plans.
The free enrollment does not ask for credit card or other payment information to get the service. Likewise, Netflix providers are seemingly to be bundled for three months into high-value dwelling broadband packs priced at Rs 999, Rs 1,399, Rs 1,999 and Rs 2,199 per thirty days, the individual cited above mentioned. The privately-owned telecom company already offers Prime membership to the postpaid subscribers under select plans. Thus, increasing its customer base. You need to activate the offer using the Vodafone Play app. The Airtel postpaid and V-Fiber users will be entitled to redeem a three-month subscription, on top of easier billing thereafter. These customers can further pay for future Netflix subscriptions using their Airtel bill.
We look forward to working closely with Netflix to leverage this huge potential and continue delighting customers with some amazing offerings. The AirtelThanks initiative will also provide offers on smartphones and online shopping vouchers. Also, this offer is valid for both new and old users. Telecom giant has expanded its partnership with Netflix in India and is gifting a three-month Netflix subscription for free to its subscribers. Note that the scheme is available for both new and existing Airtel postpaid and V-Fiber broadband customers.
To avoid such a situation it is better to unsubscribe after joining the platform. After the free subscription expires, Airtel postpaid and V-Fiber broadband customers can pay for Netflix through postpaid or broadband bill as well. However, subscribers must note that they are only getting access on one screen, and will only be able to stream in Standard Definition and not High definition. Airtel spokesperson declined to comment when contacted. Now, simply log-in with your Netflix credentials or create a new account if you don't have one.