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If you sign up to select new smartphone Vodafone contracts you'll get Netflix free for six months, as well as either Sky Sports Mobile TV or Spotify Premium.

Previously, you had to choose between the three entertainment offerings, whereas now all new customers to the contracts get free Netflix for six months.

Sky Sports Mobile TV and Spotify Premium, however, last the full 24-month duration of the contract.

You'll have to sign up to either a 4G Red XL or Red XXL plan. The offer starts on September 12th – that's Friday – and lasts until November 3rd.

The plans include unlimited calls and texts, and either 10GB or 13GB of data each month.

You’ll also get unlimited data for the first three months of your contract.

Vodafone’s Stephanie Naughton said: “We want to give customers a really good reason to want a new 4G phone and to really love having it with Vodafone UK.

"That’s why we offer some of the best content partners you can get with ultrafast 4G: Spotify Premium, Sky Sports Mobile TV and Netflix.

“We know that customers really enjoy having access to these content partners, and that the uptake of these services is really big, so we’ve decided to strengthen that offer by giving our customers double content and double the choice, to really help them make the most of 4G.”

To find out more, check out the Vodafone blog.

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