T-Mobile Netflix on Us: How to Get This Free Offer?

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The rise of streaming services ultimately changed the face of the entertainment industry. TV ratings began to plummet when smartphones started to fill the hands and needs of people, which is why the entertainment industry went digital as well. Nowadays, streaming programs and free movie apps basically are entertainment, and the most recognizable of them all is Netflix.

Netflix is great and all, but it comes with a huge price tag. Fortunately, there are a lot of ways to get free Netflix and if you are a T-Mobile user, this is your lucky day.

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What Is T-Mobile Netflix on Us?

With streaming services seemingly seeing nothing but success in the digital era, service providers quickly jumped in to align themselves and boost profit. The top carriers, namely AT&T, Sprint, Metro, Verizon, and T-Mobile have all decided to create promotional offers or deals surrounding the streaming industry. After all, streaming services are becoming some of the most essential apps in the market. This candid relationship between mobile networks and streaming services can also be seen around the world.

In the US, premium membership in specific streaming services can be added as a bonus for a carrier’s subscribers. This article will particularly focus on T-Mobile’s Netflix on Us, although other carriers’ deals may be touched on from time to time.

Netflix on Us is a deal or promotional offer made by T-Mobile. Basically, this offer gives eligible T-Mobile plan subscribers a free Netflix account. The level of the account will, of course, depend on the price of the plan availed.

Everybody knows that streaming services do not come in cheap. Netflix itself can cost up to a little less than $20. Other streaming services such as Disney Plus are cheaper but the still may come at a price if you are on a budget. With that said, a deal like Netflix on Us which gives free Netflix is truly an offer that you could not simply resist.

 

Things You Need to Get Free T-Mobile Netflix on Us

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The free Netflix account given through the Netflix on Us promo can only be availed on certain T-Mobile Plans. The offer is an exclusive partnership with Netflix so before you get the free account, you have to avail one of the eligible mobile plans first.

Currently, there are five mobile plans that come with free Netflix:

 

Magenta®

Features Magenta
Price $35/line
Unlimited talk & text
Unlimited 4G LTE data on our network
Mobile hotspot data 3 GB of data @ 4G LTE, Unlimited @ 3G
Netflix or Quibi on us Netflix: Basic, 1 SD screen

Magenta brings T-Mobile’s essentials to subscribers plus more. The Magenta plan has unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data. T-Mobile also recently added their 5G network access for Magenta subscribers. Other inclusions of the product are T-Mobile’s scam-blocking protection, mobile hotspot data, and T-Mobile Tuesdays, which gives discounts and more through its dedicated mobile app.

T-Mobile is known for its travel benefits and their Magenta plan is not an exemption to that. This plan also comes with international texting, data, and unlimited talk, text, and data in Mexico and Canada.

Now for the free Netflix, Magenta plan subscribers who maintain 2+ lines in good standing are eligible to avail a basic account on Netflix. This account usually costs $8.99 a month so it’s a pretty good deal already. To make things even better, Magenta users can also enjoy unlimited SD video streaming.

T-Mobile Magenta comes at $35 per line.

 

Magenta® Military

Magenta and Magenta Military are essentially the same. The only difference between the two is that the Military plan is cheaper but that is mainly because the said plan is only for veterans or those still in active duty. Of course, in order to be fully eligible for the plan, you would need to verify your military status.

Magenta Military comes with unlimited talk, text, and T-Mobile smartphone data. It has five layers of scam-blocking protection and the T-Mobile Tuesdays app. You can also get 3 GB of 4G LTE data for mobile hotspot sharing. As for its international perks, Magenta Military has unlimited text & 2G data in more than 200 countries. 5 GB of 4G data will also be available in Mexico and in Canada on this plan.

Finally, the plan comes with free Netflix. Since this is a Magenta plan, you will only get a Basic account worth $8.99. The plan comes with unlimited SD streaming though so that’s a pretty good deal.

You can get the Magenta Military for $25 per line for four lines with AutoPay.

 

Magenta® Plus

Features Magenta Plus
Price $43/line
Unlimited talk & text
Unlimited 4G LTE data on our network
Mobile hotspot data 20 GB of data @ 4G LTE, Unlimited @ 3G
Netflix or Quibi on us Netflix: Standard, 2 HD screen

As the name suggests, Magenta Plus is everything the Magenta plan is, plus more. The two offer the same things for its subscribers, but Magenta Plus just adds in a little bit of extra perks.

Magenta Plus has unlimited talk, text, and unlimited 4G LTE data much like the other Magenta plans. 5G access is included and it comes with the usual package of scam-blocking protection and T-Mobile Tuesdays. The mobile hotspot data and the Netflix on Us inclusions give this deal the plus it has on its name.

The Plus version has 20 GB of 4G LTE data for mobile hotspot sharing while its 3G hotspot is unlimited. That’s quite an upgrade from the basic 3 GB at 4G. On top of that, Magenta Plus comes with a Standard free Netflix account, which usually costs around $12.99. A Standard account allows you to watch on two HD screens.

Magenta Plus comes in at $43 per line.

 

Magenta® Plus Military

Much like the case in Magenta and Magenta Military, Magenta Plus and its Military version are essentially the same. As you may have guessed, the only difference between them are the prices. Magenta Plus Military is cheaper by $8 than its basic counterpart.

Magenta Plus Military comes with unlimited calls, texts, and data. It has the usual five layers of scam-blocking protection and the free stuff from T-Mobile Tuesdays. It has unlimited in-flight Wi-Fi, 5 GB of 4G data in Mexico and Canada, and abroad texting as well.

In contrast to Magenta Military, the Plus Military has 17 GB more of 4G LTE hotspot data for a total of 20 GB sharable 4G. For the free Netflix, Plus Military users will get to enjoy a Standard account with two HD screens with unlimited streaming.

All of these for $35 per line for four lines with AutoPay. Again, you would need to verify your military status before you are eligible to get the Magenta Plus Military.

 

Magenta® Plus Unlimited 55

The T-Mobile Unlimited 55 plans are the carrier’s offers for those aged 55 and above. Currently, there are three Unlimited 55 plans, namely Essential Unlimited 55, Magenta Unlimited 55, and Magenta Plus Unlimited 55. Only the Plus Unlimited 55 plan has free Netflix.

Magenta Plus Unlimited 55 is pretty much the same with the Plus Military offer. It has unlimited calls, texts, and smartphone data. On top of that, it also has a total of 20 GB 4G LTE for sharing together with unlimited 3G for the same purpose. Its international inclusions include 5 GB of 4G data in Mexico and Canada, data and texting abroad, and unlimited in-flight Wi-Fi.

Meanwhile, for the Netflix on Us offer, subscribers of this plan are eligible for the Standard account with two HD screens and unlimited streaming.

Magenta Plus Unlimited 55 is priced at $45 for two lines with AutoPay.

 

Other (Legal) Ways to Get Free Netflix

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For those who are not eligible for any of the T-Mobile plans with free Netflix, don’t worry too much because there are some ways to get Netflix without having to pay anything. Just a small caveat, though; if you really want to fully enjoy the benefits of being a Netflix account owner, you would have to really invest in it. After all, having your Netflix account just feels different, but in a good way.

In the meantime, there are two legal ways to get Netflix for free today. The first one is to sign up for a trial, while another way is to find someone who is willing to share an account. These two options have their own drawbacks and own little wins so the next sections will dive deeper into them.

 

Sign Up for a Trial

First off, you can try signing up for an account and avail of the trail period. There are three plans you can subscribe to for Netflix in the US: Basic, Standard, and Premium. Basic streaming costs $8.99 with one SD screen, Standard costs $12.99 with two HD screens, and the Premium plan costs $15.99 with four simultaneous HD screens.

If you want free Netflix, you can simply subscribe to these and avail their respective free trials. Note that you will be allowed one 30-day free trial per email only, after which you would be charged already for the succeeding months. You can either create a new email per month to keep getting it for free. Yet again, that’s not most sustainable option, right? Although a free trial might be good for short-term use, having a long-term account simply offers more.

 

Share an Account

Now this is a far more sustainable option to get free Netflix. Sharing an account with a friend or a family member is something that everyone is all too familiar with. Netflix allows up to five individual accounts per subscription so if you know someone who has an actual Netflix account, you might want to ask them for a free spot. Of course, you would need to find someone who would not mind paying the full bill for you. If you don’t mind shelling out a bit of money, you can also split the subscription cost with your family or friends. At least that can help you save.

In any case, sharing an account is the best way to get Netflix for free or at least for a huge discount. Doing so is not uncommon practice anywhere in the world so go ahead and start your account hunting!

 

Free Netflix on Us Pros and Cons

Our Verdict

Netflix on Us is truly a saver. As compared to paying an additional $8 or more for a streaming service, why not just switch to a mobile carrier that could offer the same service for free, right?

PROS

  • You get a free Netflix account.
  • The unlimited streaming plus the free account is a perfect pair.
  • You will get all of the things that make T-Mobile great plus more.

CONS

  • Type of Netflix account you will get depends on your subscription.
  • You need at least two lines under T-Mobile to avail the Netflix on Us offer.
  • Only Netflix or Quibi are offered.

 

Other Carriers With Free Streaming

As mentioned earlier, T-Mobile and Netflix are not the only ones marrying their services to each other for better sales. Lately, other mobile carriers have been doing the same thing as well. Since Netflix and T-Mobile are exclusive to each other, you would have to look into other carriers if you want to get another type of streaming service for free.

 

Hulu and Sprint

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Photo taken from Google Play

Despite the whole Sprint and T-Mobile merger, streaming veteran Hulu remains exclusive to the former. Currently, Hulu is available for subscribers of Sprint’s Unlimited plans, particularly Unlimited Basic, Unlimited Plus, and Unlimited Premium. The service is also good for Sprint’s Unlimited Military Plan.

Hulu is one of the first streaming services ever created. It is not exclusive to one network so you can expect to see shows from different production companies. Right now, its best shows are Grey’s Anatomy, SNL, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, and more.

 

Amazon Prime and Metro

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Screenshot from Amazon Prime Video

Metro is another service provider connected to T-Mobile, and their streaming of choice is the budding Amazon Prime. Amazon Prime is one of the newest streaming programs to enter the field but it is establishing itself as one to be reckoned with. Unlike other carriers’ options, Amazon Prime is only available for their $60 Unlimited plan. Amazon Prime has recently been upping their originals game so this might not be a bad deal.

 

HBO and AT&T

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HBO is perhaps the most recognizable entertainment platforms in the world, which makes its partnership with another superpower in AT&T a very clever one. After all, an entertainment conglomerate that offers the best movies partnering with a cellular veteran is sure to make waves. This move surely fires up the whole AT&T vs T-Mobile debate. HBO Max can be availed through any of the best AT&T plans, particularly AT&T TV Premier, DIRECTV Premier & Lo Maximo, AT&T Unlimited Elite, and AT&T Internet 1000.

 

Disney+ and Verizon

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Photo taken from Google Play

When the streaming industry showed its potential, it was only a matter of time before the biggest of them all joined the fight. Despite being released only in November 2019, Disney+ quickly rose to the top of the game. Disney basically owns everything, and its incredible reach is something that every producer wants to tap.

Disney+ recently partnered up with Verizon, and it has been nothing but good for the said mobile network. The partnership gives eligible users access to the streaming service for six or 12 months, depending on the mobile subscription.

Eligible subscribers are those who are subscribed to Verizon Plan Unlimited, Go Unlimited, Beyond Unlimited, and Above Unlimited. It also available for the following plans: Get More Unlimited, Do More Unlimited, Play More Unlimited, and Start Unlimited. Lastly, Verizon 5G Home Internet users are also good for the offer.

 

Final Thoughts on T-Mobile Netflix on Us

Netflix is one of the most sought-after streaming services in the world today. The iconic brand’s latest partnership with T-Mobile is a very tempting opportunity for those who are fans of both companies. For those who are not yet with T-Mobile, it’s definitely a good time to rethink your options. Currently, there are five plans covered with Netflix on Us.

The whole streaming brand and cellular network partnering thing is not uncommon today as other networks have been doing the same thing. In the end, if you are a fan of Netflix and its shows, T-Mobile’s Netflix on Us deal is not a bad option at all.

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