The standard monthly subscription options are
- $8.99 per month option, which allows users to stream standard-definition content across a maximum of one screen;
- $11.99 per month high-definition option, which allows you to stream across two screens (your PC and your Smart TV, for example); and
- $14.99 per month plan, allowing customers to stream 4K quality content across a maximum of four screens.
There are a few other companies jumping on the Netflix bandwagon that offer additional deals on top of your one month free trial.
Optus is offering new and re-contracting customers, a six month subscription to Netflix when they sign up to:
- Home broadband bundle on a $60 plan or above, on a 24 month contract;
- Postpaid mobile service on a $60 plan or above, on a 24 month contract; or
- Postpaid mobile broadband service on a $30 plan or above, on a 24 month contract.
Optus is also giving prepaid customers a three-month subscription when they purchase any prepaid phone or mobile broadband device and activate the included SIM.
The offers runs between 24 March 2015 until 5 July 2015.
If you’re an iiNet customer with an eligible plan and sign up for Netflix as an Australian member you’ll be able to enjoy Netflix to your heart’s content without worrying about your monthly broadband quota. As long as you’re on an iiNet fixed line broadband or NBN Fibre plan.
The bad news is if you’re on an NBN Wireless plan, any satellite plans, a Mobile Voice (Mobile only plans) or mobile broadband services you can’t get that offer.
Microsoft – Xbox One
Xbox One announced a Netflix app is available for download and perhaps more importantly, Microsoft is giving away three months of Netflix free with new purchases of the Xbox One, starting 24 March and for a limited time only.
With so many offers vying for your love, each sweetening the deal even more than the next, it’s a good time to give Netflix a try.
Do you know of any other deals? Let us know in the comments.