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If you buy an LG Ultra HD TV, you'll get six months free Netflix. And it's Netflix Premium, which lets you watch 4K shows like 'House of Cards' and 'Better Call Saul'. Well, the TVs are 4K-capable, after all.

Netflix Premium usually costs £8.99 a month, so that's a saving of nearly £54. As well as 4K shows, it lets you watch on up to four devices at once, so you can take your tablet, mobile or laptop into the kitchen and not miss a moment.

You can also hand out logins to other people, and share the wealth.

You will need a superfast broadband connection to enjoy the 4K shenanigans, however. Netflix recommends at least 25Mbps.

"LG's industry-leading webOS smart TV platform provides viewers with a best-in-class user experience, with our Netflix UHD promotion enhancing this further still, as customers are invited to enjoy the most talked-about Netflix shows in the very best quality available today," said Andrew Mackay, LG UK's commercial director for consumer electronics.

"This UHD offering paired with LG's innovation in TV technology means users will be able to view their favourite shows like they've never experienced before."

The promotion started yesterday and runs until July 29th.

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