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EE UK Add Netflix as Smart Benefit and Full Works Plan for Android

Wednesday, August 11th, 2021 (10:00 am) - Score 2,088
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Customers of mobile operator EE (BT) can now add Netflix’s video streaming service as an inclusive benefit on their “Smart” plans. The provider has also made their “Full Works” plan available on Android devices (previously it was only for iPhones), allowing users to choose Netflix, Apple Music and BT Sport plus “full speed unlimited data.”

Customers who pick Netflix as their Smart benefit receive the Netflix Basic plan worth £5.99 per month. Additionally, customers can pay just £4 more a month to upgrade to the Netflix Standard plan, offering streaming and downloading to two devices simultaneously in HD, or they can choose to pay £8 a month and upgrade to Netflix Premium plan with access to UHD content and the ability to stream and download to 4 devices simultaneously – all on their mobile bill.

NOTE: Customers with existing Netflix accounts can migrate them into the same plan to get the benefit.

EE also revealed that it continues to see an increase in mobile broadband traffic as a result of customers accessing video on the move. The equivalent of an “additional 1.3 million hours of HD video streaming” took place on the network in July 2021, compared to May, as restrictions started to ease (a solid data usage value would be more useful as a measure, but they haven’t provided one).

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By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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10 Responses
  1. Jamie says:

    Or you could just sign up to Netflix separately for the same price and not be tied to the mobile contract.

    1. Gary says:

      I thought that too ! Offer a ‘smart benefit’ that’s actually no benefit at all, unless having one less direct debit is somehow advantageous

    2. AnotherTim says:

      But it’s not the same price – it is £5.99pm cheaper as a Smart benefit. Seems like a decent offer to me.

    3. Jack says:

      Sign up to Netflix with a Turkish VPN and bobs yer uncle. Less than £4.50 a month if the exchange rate stays as it is. Silly to pay via a phone contract as mentioned.

    4. Bob says:

      If you have friend whose a veteran you can get 20% off plans with EE forces discount.

  2. Gregowski says:

    Apple music for my android? nahhh, im ok with Spotify

  3. martyn says:

    Why only android and not the superior iOS system ?

    1. Mike says:

      Superior in what way?

    2. Gary says:

      If you read the article and don’t skim you’ll see that it’s already available for iOS. They’ve brought it to Android now. That’s the news.

    3. Bubbles says:

      iOS is in no way shape or form “superior” its prices are through the roof, the devices are locked down like hell and you can’t even get cellmapper.

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