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No more free Netflix for Xstream fiber – Find details

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There will be no Netflix facility on Airtel’s Xstream as the company has ended free Netflix subscription scheme with this particular broadband plans. The company is currently bundling Zee5 Premium, Amazon Prime and its own Xstream services with its broadband plans.

The operator had launched free Netflix and Amazon Prime subscription scheme for its fiber users last year and the free Netflix was made available for three months.

The Basic Rs 799 plan currently offers only Xstream service whereas Entertainment (Rs 999), Premium (Rs 1,499), and VIP (Rs 3,999) monthly plans will also come clubbed with Amazon Prime, Zee5, and Airtel Xstream services.

As per telecomtalk.info, Airtel was the only service provider to which was offering a package of Netflix for more than year. As of now, the ACT Fibernet has a rather unique Netflix scheme – they are giving a cashback of at least of Rs 50 on Netflix. This cashback will increase as tier plans increase.

So now, if one wants to avail free Netflix with your mobile plan, one can instead opt for Vodafone’s RedX postpaid scheme under which the operator is also offering Amazon Prime, Zee5, and Vodafone Play services.

Also, Vodafone offering a comprehensive package of Netflix with its RedX postpaid plan for one year.

“The Netflix Offer for Thanks Platinum customer ends on 15th Jan 2020 & customer will not be able to Avail / claim after 15th Jan 2020,” said Airtel on its Netflix offer terms and conditions page.

Airtel has terminated free Netflix scheme for postpaid users in the country. This call to take down Netflix benefit came immediately after the postpaid plans were also clamped down upon with this benefit. It has thus marked the end of the partnership between Bharti Airtel and Netflix.

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