4 Cellphone Plans That Offer Free Streaming TV

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When looking for a cheap cellphone plan, it’s natural to focus on one thing — the monthly cost. We always look for the cheapest option for a plan that gives us enough data, text messages and calling minutes. Here’s something else to consider: Your cellphone plan can save you money elsewhere. With carriers trying desperately to compete for your business, they are now adding on extras in the form of entertainment packages. If you love binge-watching, then check out these great deals on some of your favorite streaming services.

Free Amazon Prime from Metro

When you sign up for Metro’s $60 Unlimited Plan, you’ll enjoy a free Amazon Prime subscription valued at $119 per year. With Amazon Prime not only will you have access to thousands of TV shows and movies, but you’ll also enjoy Amazon’s Kindle library, Amazon Music and free Prime shipping.

You can stream Amazon Prime video to any device that is connected to the internet, including your phone, TV and computer. You’ll get exclusive access to Prime movies and TV shows like “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Sneaky Pete” and “The Man in the High Castle.”

Free Hulu Subscription from Sprint

If you’re a fan of “The Handmaid’s Tale” or want to watch other exclusive programming that only Hulu can offer, like “Future Man” and “Treehouse,” then consider a Sprint unlimited plan. The carrier is offering a free Hulu subscription to all customers on any of these plans:

That will save you over $70 a year! Note that you’ll be seeing commercials with this Hulu subscription, but, hey, it’s free — so you can’t complain!

Free live and on-demand TV and movies from AT&T

If you want live TV, then you’ll have to check out AT&T’s unlimited plans. AT&T is the only carrier to offer live TV with their cellphone plans, and that’s not all. Depending on the plan you pick, you may also get access to a premium TV channel such as HBO or Showtime, and a huge selection of on-demand TV shows and movies.

Here’s what’s included with each plan:

  • Unlimited &More:
    • 35+ channels
    • Both live and on-demand TV
  • Unlimited &More Premium:
    • 35+ channels
    • Both live and on-demand TV
    • Your choice of one of the following premium entertainment services:
      • HBO
      • Cinemax
      • Showtime
      • Starz
      • VRV
      • Amazon Music Unlimited
      • Pandora Premium

Free Netflix from T-Mobile

T-Mobile includes a free Netflix subscription with its ONE and ONE Plus family plans for any account with two or more lines. That’s over $130 in value! With this plan you can use the one Netflix account on up to two different devices at the same time.

If you need the Premium Netflix Plan or the DVD Plan, you can apply the value towards one of these to receive a discounted rate.

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