Virgin Mobile extends Netflix partnership

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Customers subscribing to yearly plans with Virgin Mobile will not only cut their mobile bill in half, they will also get 3-months complimentary access to Netflix.

With a one-time payment, customers have the opportunity to cut their bill in half. As a new addition, Virgin Mobile has also extended its three-month complimentary Netflix offer to customers opting for any monthly or yearly plan over AED 150.

Netflix service in the UAE includes a large variety of licensed and original TV series, movies, stand up comedies, documentaries and children's programmes.

Karim Benkirane, managing director at Virgin Mobile UAE, says: “We are committed to making mobile better in this region and providing our customers with even more of what they want by listening to their feedback. Offering flexibility and choice to our customers is absolutely key to our offering. Our yearly plans allow customers to save big which means that they can spend more on what they want rather than on their mobile bill, but also benefit from the addition of Netflix on us for three months.”

Available exclusively via the Virgin Mobile app, subscribers can customise their data, local and international minutes from over 125 different plan options which can then be bought with a one-time up-front payment for a period of 12 months, with an option to upgrade anytime if their needs change.

Customers can join Virgin Mobile in only a few minutes and from the comfort of their home. They simply need to download the Virgin Mobile app via the Google Play store or App store, choose a preferred number or transfer their current one, customise their mobile plan, and have their Virgin Mobile SIM delivered to their home or office within an hour.

To find out more about Virgin Mobile’s yearly plan options, visit virginmobile.ae.

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