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Smart bundles Netflix Mobile Plans with Signature SIM-only plans

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Smart Communications upgrades its Smart Signature SIM-only plans by bundling them with Netflix Mobile Plan subscriptions.

The Smart Signature SIM-Only Plans start at Php 999 per month under Plan S, which is inclusive of 10GB open access data monthly, unlimited All-Net texts, unlimited All-Net calls, and 150 minutes of calls to PLDT – along with the bundled Netflix Mobile Plan subscription.

Each plan comes with a 12 month contract. The option is also open to existing SIM-only plan holders. You can check out the rest of the Smart Signature SIM-only plans below.

Smart Signature Netflix Mobile Plan

To avail, you will need to create a new Netflix account (even if you have an existing one). The new account should be created through this link – www.netflix.com/smart to be able to access the option that allows you to pay with your monthly Smart postpaid bill.

For more details, you may visit www.smart.com.ph/netflix.

Smart Signature Netflix Mobile Plan

Netflix Mobile Plan

For Php 149, the Netflix Mobile Plan allows subscribers to watch unlimited films and shows on one smartphone or tablet at a time at 480p video quality. Given this, it actually goes well with the data-heavy Smart Signature SIM-only plans.

Netflix’s other plans include Basic at Php 369/month, Standard at Php 459/month, and Premium at Php 549/month.

Here are some of the features you’ll enjoy with a Netflix subscription:

  • Smart Downloads: Downloads the next episode over Wi-Fi, and deletes the one you’ve seen.
  • Mobile previews: Watch previews in vertical video format.
  • Data saver: Lets you stream up to 6.5 hours of Netflix on just 1GB of data.
  • Android lite UI: Automatically loads Netflix faster on entry-level smartphones .

Bryan is a tech enthusiast and self-admitted geek who enjoys blogging and watching NBA clips on YouTube. He has over 20 years of experience in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations from different industries such as telecommunications and banking.

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