Last month, T-Mobile launched their "Netflix On Us" promo, giving customers who sign up for two or more lines of the carrier's unlimited ONE plan access to a standard Netflix subscription.
This week, Netflix announced that they'll be hiking the rates of all their plans; the standard plan will go from $9.99 to $10.99 next month.
Sensing an opportunity for some good PR, T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced that his company will cover this increase for those who already receive the Netflix benefit.
Netflix's premium plan is increasing from $11.99 to $13.99; T-Mobile customers who want this plan are required to pay the price difference above the standard plan.
T-Mobile offers some of the most feature-packed unlimited plans on the wireless market; check out our rundown of the best ones.
Netflix is a pretty sweet side benefit to being on the already-good ONE plan. The only other major carrier that offers something similar is AT&T, who gives Unlimited Plus subscribers access to HBO Go.
Take it from an AT&T Unlimited Plus subscriber, though: actually getting this benefit is a difficult, complicated process. So difficult and complicated, in fact, that I gave up (for more info on the best AT&T's unlimited plans, check out this article).
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