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T-Mobile Netflix On Us will continue to cover subscription cost after Netflix price increase

It’s been revealed that Netflix will increase prices in the U.S. next month, and some T-Mobile customers may be wondering how this affects Netflix On Us. The good news is that it doesn’t appear that it’ll affect it at all. T-Mobile will continue to cover the cost of a standard Netflix subscription for customers that qualify for Netflix On Us. Both T-Mobile CEO John Legere and the official @TMobileHelp account on Twitter confirmed … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s latest Un-carrier move offers free Netflix

T-Mobile’s latest Un-carrier move has been revealed. Starting September 12th, T-Mobile One customers can get a free Netflix subscription. To qualify for a free Netflix subscription, you’ll need two or more voice lines on a T-Mobile One plan. T-Mo says that customers with free lines from the recent “line-on-us” deals also qualify. T-Mobile customers on the Unlimited 55+ or 2-lines-for-$100 plans will need to switch to the latest T-Mobile One plan to qualify for Netflix On Us. … [read full article]

T-Mobile offering one year of Netflix for free with purchase of Galaxy S7 or S7 edge

When T-Mobile took pre-orders for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, it gave buyers one year of Netflix for free with their new smartphone. Now that offer is back. T-Mobile is now offering a free year of Netflix with the purchase of a Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge. The deal will run through February 7. To get your free year of Netflix, you’ll need to purchase or lease a Galaxy S7 or S7 … [read full article]

Netflix admits to capping AT&T and Verizon customer streams, backing up John Legere statement

Last week when T-Mobile announced the addition of YouTube and other services to Binge On, John Legere addressed criticisms of Binge On and its 480p streaming quality, saying that AT&T and Verizon was streaming Netflix at 360p. AT&T and Verizon denied Legere’s statement, but it turns out that AT&T and VZW’s customers are indeed getting their Netflix content throttled, just not by … [read full article]

Buy one of Samsung’s 2015 Android flagships from T-Mobile and get $100 off, free year of Netflix

T-Mobile’s Un-carrier Unwrapped program has been doling out gifts to T-Mo customers and those folks on other carriers for the past few weeks, and today the final gift of the promo has been revealed. Starting Friday, December 18, T-Mobile will take $100 off all four of Samsung’s 2015 flagship Android smartphones. That includes the Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, and Note … [read full article]

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and S6 edge+ official, launching at T-Mobile August 21 [UPDATED]

UPDATE: I’ve reached out to T-Mobile and confirmed that it’ll offer the 64GB versions of the Note 5 and S6 edge+, too. Here’s how the pricing for the 64GB models will break down: Note 5: Through September 30, JUMP! On Demand price will be $99.99 down and $24.34 per month for 18 months. Regular EIP pricing will be $99.99 down, 23 monthly payments of $28.34, and 1 payment of $28.18. Full retail price of $779.99.[read full article]

Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge on T-Mobile will come with 1 year of free Netflix

If you thought getting unlimited music streaming on your Simple Choice plan was awesome, you’re going to love T-Mobile’s promotion for the launch of the Galaxy S6. Announced on Twitter this morning by John Legere and T-Mobile, the company is going to be offering 12 months of Netflix, for free, to anyone who buys the Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge. ATTENTION! If you get the @Samsung Galaxy #S6 from @TMobile[read full article]

Get one year of Netflix free with a T-Mobile Galaxy Note or Galaxy S5 from today

You may have thought getting unlimited free music streaming was a great perk of being a T-Mobile customer, now there’s an even sweeter offer available for customers buying qualifying Samsung devices. Customers buying the Samsung Galaxy S5, Note 4 or Tab S will be eligible to claim a Netflix subscription free for 12 months. And it’s available to new and existing Netflix customers. If you do buy one of the mentioned Galaxy-branded products … [read full article]