Verizon to give some customers a free year of Netflix if they buy other subscriptions through its new platform, says WSJ
Verizon Communications Inc. plans to give some customers a free year of Netflix Inc. if they opt to subscribe to a different service through its subscription marketplace, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. The story said that Verizon would give new and existing postpaid wireless or 5G wireless home internet subscribers a year's free access to Netflix's premium tier if they buy a yearly or season-long subscription to one of the services offered through +play, a new place to manage various subscriptions. Eligible subscriptions include NBA League Pass, NFL+ Premium, Peloton Interactive Inc.'s workout app, Duolingo , and AMC+ , which is run by AMC Networks Inc. . The move represents a push by Verizon to help people manage their streaming subscriptions, according to the report.
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December 14, 2022 07:37 ET (12:37 GMT)
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