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Netflix is one of the biggest streaming services out there. It has a vast library of content and features thousands of movies and shows that you can check out anytime you want. Sadly, however, these days it also happens to be one of the most expensive ones out there, with the Premium plan recently being increased all the way up to $22.99 a month. With how expensive things are getting, you might be tempted to cancel the service. Verizon would like to help with that.

In one of many early-announced holiday deals, Verizon has an offer that’s tempting for streaming enthusiasts. For a limited time, and starting on November 17th, users who sign up for either an annual subscription of Paramount+, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, or a seasonal subscription of NBA League Pass Premium, will be able to enjoy a whole year of free Netflix.

It’s Netflix Premium too, the high-end, recently-price-increased tier of Netflix that gives you four screens as well as support for 4K streaming, so you’re actually getting the best Netflix experience there is as part of this deal.

Given the $22.99 monthly subscription price, savings basically come out to be around $275.88. It’s really hard to pass on, especially if there’s stuff on Netflix you actually want to watch.

You’ll need to sign up for one of those three services through Verizon’s +play subscription hub, and you’ll have to pay full price for the qualifying services to get free Netflix. After the free year of Netflix expires, you’ll be billed the usual $22.99 a month (unless it already went up in price by the time it expires).

If you’re interested, the offer will be available starting November 17th on Verizon’s website.

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