Three has revealed that it is offering a year’s worth of free Netflix to customers taking out a contract for the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.
Anyone snapping up the recently launched phone on a Three Advanced plan with 12GB of data or more will be in line to get free video streaming access, with the chance to catch shows including Love and The Crown.
As with all Three Advanced plans, Go Binge is available, meaning streaming music and video via the likes of Netflix, Deezer and Soundcloud won’t eat into your data allowance. Roaming is also available in 71 destinations at no extra cost.
The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus also support Three’s 4G Super Voice tech, allowing the signal to travel much further into buildings.
Three says the Galaxy S9 can be secured for £79 up front, plus £52 a month for two years with 30GB data. That rises to £57 for the Galaxy S9 Plus.
Those who don’t need that much data can pay the same up front cost and then £49 or £54 per month for 12GB. Unlimited calls and texts come as standard.
The Galaxy S9 includes a new variable aperture camera, as well as AR emoji and the latest Android software.
Want to learn more? Here's all you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.