Verizon has recently announced the exciting partnership of streaming services Netflix and Max.
Customers who have one of the three myPlan options – Unlimited Welcome, Unlimited Plus, or Unlimited Ultimate – can choose to pay for the “Netflix & Max (With Ads)” bundle as a special perk. The price of this bundle is lower than the cost of individual streaming service subscriptions, as confirmed by the company. Subscriptions to tiers of both platforms include advertising.
According to Verizon, myPlan customers who choose to enroll in the perk will be required to pay an additional $10 per month. When you consider the services individually, their combined cost would be $16.98. This includes $6.99 for ad-supported Netflix and $9.99 for ad-supported Max.
The release of the “Netflix & Max (With Ads)” bundle perk is scheduled for Thursday.
Just a month ago, various sources, including The Wall Street Journal, reported that the wireless carrier had been working on such an offering.
The company from New York proudly announced that it was the first to provide a bundle of Netflix & Max (with ads).
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Netflix’s streaming service with ads has been around for more than a year. The Warner Bros. Discovery-owned Max with ads tier went live earlier this year in the U.S., and it was the first time that HBO Max and Discovery+ programs were available on the same platform.
Verizon expressed its commitment to leveraging its strong partnerships with leading content industry players to deliver even greater value to its wireless customers.
There are already $10 perks from the cellphone company, such as streaming services. One has Disney+, Hulu with ads, and ESPN+ with ads. Another for Walmart+ comes with a ticket to Paramount+ Essential, for example.
Verizon says on its site that customers can “change or add new perks at any time.”
Verizon’s myPlan first came out in May with two different plans. A few months later, it added the Unlimited Ultimate, which made the line up of three.