Vodafone has today announced to it has partnered with Netflix in order to offer free subscriptions to its 4G users.

The new partnership launch will come with Vodafone’s Red 4G plan, offering up a six month free subscription to the Netflix movie service to customers in the UK, allowing users to stream Netflix video over both Wi-Fi and 4G on a mobile, tablet or any other connected device.

Of course the 4G data access will not be free, and users will need a Vodafone Red 4G contract to access it, users can subscribe to that with up to 3GB of data per month, with pricing starting from £30 a month on a 24 month contract that includes a free 4G capable Sony Xperia E1 handset.

The offering will however grant users quite the saving, with Netflix usually priced at £5.99 a month, the deal will equate to a total saving of £35.94.

And that’s not all 4G users get, as Vodafone also offer up Spotify and Sky Sports package options as part of their various Red 4G contracts.

Vodafone 4G is currently available in a total of 233 cities and towns in the UK, however Vodafone does plan to provide both indoor and outdoor coverage to 98 per cent of the UK by the end of 2015.

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