Verizon’s +Play Platform Offering 12 Months Free Netflix Premium Service

Verizon announced that beginning March 12 for a limited time that its wireless, 5G Home and LTE Home subscribers can get one year of Netflix’s Premium plan ($240 annual value) free through +Play, Verizon’s attempt to emulate Amazon Prime Video Channels platform for third-party streaming services.

The promotion follows Verizon’s separate high-profile offering of free access to Disney+, Hulu, ESPN+, Discovery and AMC+ to its wireless subscribers.

To get the special offer, customers must purchase an annual subscription from a selection of +Play partners, including AMC+, Calm, MasterClass, Paramount+, the Peloton App, Starz, Hallmark TV, Paramount+ and Super Duolingo, among others.

“+Play is a marketplace for our partners to leverage even broader direct-to-consumer reach and engagement, and it advances Verizon’s strategy building new business models on our network,” Erin McPherson, chief content officer of Verizon Consumer Group, said in a statement.

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