5 Cellphone Plans That Come With Free Streaming TV

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All major carriers like AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile now offer incredibly competitive unlimited data plans. In their effort to win your business, these carriers (and some smaller mobile companies) are now offering streaming service as a free perk for signing up for one of their unlimited plans.

So, if you’re in the market for an unlimited data plan and love to watch all the latest shows and movies, these deals are perfect for you. Check out our top five free streaming offers!

Deal No. 1: Get free Hulu and Amazon Prime from Sprint

If you’re looking for top shows like “Veronica Mars,” “Vikings” and “The Bachelor” — then go with an unlimited data plan from Sprint. Even Sprint’s most basic unlimited plan will get you free streaming from Hulu. If you’re willing to spend a little more on Sprint’s top plan, then you’ll get free Tidal (music streaming) and Amazon Prime, too.

It’s also important to note that all of Sprint’s unlimited plans offer unlimited data on your phone and hotspot data, as well as unlimited talk and text across the U.S., Mexico and Canada.

To qualify for free Hulu, sign up for Sprint’s Unlimited Basic, Unlimited Plus or Unlimited Premium plans. The carrier’s Unlimited Plus and Unlimited Premium plans come with free Hulu and Tidal. Sprint’s Unlimited Premium plan comes with free Hulu, Tidal and Amazon Prime.

Deal No. 2: Metro by T-Mobile gives you free Amazon Prime

When you sign up with the top unlimited high-speed plan from Metro by T-Mobile, you’ll get unlimited data and a hotspot allowance. Metro will also throw in unlimited nationwide talk and text with free Amazon Prime so you can stream all your favorite shows like “Dead to Me,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “Veep.”

To qualify for free Amazon Prime from Metro by T-Mobile, sign up for the carrier’s $60 Unlimited plan.

Deal No. 3: Free Disney+ for one year from Verizon

If you’d like to see more Baby Yoda on “The Mandalorian,” watch the “The Simpsons” or stream one of your Disney favorites for free for a year, then sign up for an unlimited data plan from Verizon. You’ll also get Apple music, as well as unlimited talk and text across the U.S., Mexico and Canada. Each plan allows you to choose from a ton of other perks like cloud storage, more hotspot data and 5G access add-ons.

To qualify for free Disney+ streaming service from Verizon, current or new Verizon customers can simply sign up for any of Verizon’s Unlimited plans.

Deal No. 4: Get free HBO with AT&T’s Unlimited Elite plan

For those who would like to save while streaming top hits like “Game of Thrones,” “Succession” or “Chernobyl,” AT&T’s streaming offer is a great option. Sign up for AT&T’s Unlimited Elite plan, and you’ll get instant access to all of HBO’s shows. On top of that, the plan comes with unlimited data on your phone, a 30 GB hotspot allowance and HD video quality streaming, as well as unlimited talk and text across the U.S., Mexico and Canada.

To qualify for free HBO, current or new AT&T customers can switch to or sign up for the AT&T Unlimited Elite plan.

Deal No. 5: T-Mobile gives you free Netflix with two lines

If you love shows like “The Witcher” and “Schitt’s Creek” — or maybe you’d like to binge-watch “Breaking Bad” for the third time — then T-Mobile’s free subscription to Netflix may entice you to sign up for two lines. The plans also come with hotspot data, as well as unlimited talk and text across the U.S., Mexico, and Canada.

To qualify for free Netflix from T-Mobile, you must sign up for two lines on T-Mobile’s Magenta or Magenta Plus plans.

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