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T-Mobile Promises Netflix ‘Still On Us’ After Price Hike

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By Ben Munson 

T-Mobile has reassured its subscribers that its long running “Netflix On Us” promotion is still in place even after the streaming service’s recent price hike.

“On January 14, 2022, Netflix announced it is increasing monthly prices for its Basic, Standard and Premium subscriptions plans. The good news is that our Netflix On Us benefit included in our plans isn’t changing! It’s still On Us!,” the company wrote on its website.

T-Mobiles Magenta plans with two or more lines, Magenta MAX single line plans, Business Unlimited Ultimate single line plans and Business Unlimited Advanced plans with two or more lines are come with Netflix Basic included at no extra cost. Magenta MAX / Plus plans with two or more lines, ONE Plus plans with two or more lines and Business Unlimited Ultimate plans with two or more lines include Netflix Standard, which is covered up to US$13.99 per month.

T-Mobile said that ONE Plan customers and customers who have upgraded their Netflix subscription from Basic to Standard or Premium, or Standard to Premium will see Netflix’s price change reflected on their bill in the coming months as Netflix rolls it out. “Customers won’t see an increase more than what Netflix is making and they will be notified of the details at least 30 days in advance of the change.”

In the US, Netflix is raising the cost of its Basic plan from US$8.99 per month to US$9.99; its Standard plan, which increases the number of simultaneous streams, from US$13.99 per month to US$15.49; and its Premium plan, which increases the number of mobile devices that can access downloaded content, from US$17.99 per month to $19.99.

Netflix said the new prices apply to new members and will gradually take effect for all current members. On the company’s website, it says that current members will receive an email notification 30 days before their price changes, unless they change their plan.

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