Netflix is cheaper with BT TV £7.49 for HD and £8.99 for 4 Screens 4K for BT customers
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Netflix is cheaper with BT TV £7.49 for HD and £8.99 for 4 Screens 4K for BT customers

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Edited by:"ontheqt"Found 17th Nov
BT seem to have a special deal with Netflix. If you subscribe to Netflix direct their prices are higher than going via BT. I asked Netflix why this was the case and was advised that BT may have a special promotional deal. If you click through the BT order page you will see a similar image to that displayed here.

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as existing cust, comes up at 8.99.....

Virgin also doing 6 months free for new customers worth a punt if interested, Gutted as just signed up with Virgin before this offer was applicable and really wanted Netflix as well
Edited by: "mmurdoch" 17th Nov

Can’t find this deal prob just me being blind or maybe because I only subscribe to bt sports

mmurdoch8 m ago

Virgin also doing 6 months free for new customers worth a punt if …Virgin also doing 6 months free for new customers worth a punt if interested, Gutted as just signed up with Virgin before this offer was applicable and really wanted Netflix as well


I actually went on to virgin media retentions about the netflix deal for new customers and whether existing customers with a eligible tv package could get it too and the person said they are rolling it out to existing customers sometime over the next month.

I know they may have got it wrong, but could be worth calling virgin about it in december to see if it does become available as i was told...

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hotdog0713 m ago

Can’t find this deal prob just me being blind or maybe because I only s …Can’t find this deal prob just me being blind or maybe because I only subscribe to bt sports


I recieved a offer for BT TV via my email. Its possible you have to click through the promotional link.

I’m going to buy a cheap sub from eBay...

Looks like you need to be a new or existing BT TV customer specifically, to access Netflix at the discounted price.
Edited by: "Komodio" 17th Nov

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Komodio1 m ago

Looks like you need to be a new or existing BT TV customer specifically, …Looks like you need to be a new or existing BT TV customer specifically, to access Netflix at the discounted price.


Currently I don't have BT TV so maybe thats why.

So how much is bttv, to access this £1 saving

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Deedie38 m ago

So how much is bttv, to access this £1 saving


The deal I was offered was entertainment channels, BT sports and in HD for £10 per month and a BT youview recorder for free. £9.99 postage.

Nice, shame I can't get it as a mobile customer, £1 month is better than nothing.

ontheqt22 m ago

The deal I was offered was entertainment channels, BT sports and in HD for …The deal I was offered was entertainment channels, BT sports and in HD for £10 per month and a BT youview recorder for free. £9.99 postage.


So this deal is not actually available for the prices stated, they are actually £10 per month more.

I can see them as add-ons. Like OP says, £1 pm cheaper for UHD package. As long as they don't up their prices like Netflix has just done.

Thanks OP!
Edited by: "Sponge" 17th Nov

Can't help thinking that If you are already paying/Virgin/Sky for premium TV services and then you are paying for Netflix as well ......How much value are you really getting from your 'Premium' TV service...

ontheqt1 h, 35 m ago

The deal I was offered was entertainment channels, BT sports and in HD for …The deal I was offered was entertainment channels, BT sports and in HD for £10 per month and a BT youview recorder for free. £9.99 postage.



I got this email but you have to take out their broadband for 18 months or if your an existing broadband customer your 18 months starts from when you take out this offer.
So, be careful... if you were coming to the end of your broadband contract and take advantage of this offer you are tied in for another 18 months with the January price hike already in the contract, so no escape from BT

Nah.... netflix is cheaper with new email account 😋

... or just use a VPN and sign up to Netflix in a country where it's far cheaper.

You'll only have to use the VPN this one time. Afterwards you can use Netflix as usual.

Turret19 m ago

... or just use a VPN and sign up to Netflix in a country where it's far …... or just use a VPN and sign up to Netflix in a country where it's far cheaper.You'll only have to use the VPN this one time. Afterwards you can use Netflix as usual.


Out of interest which is the cheapest country in your opinion?

cjhilton4943 m ago

Out of interest which is the cheapest country in your opinion?


Mexico qz.com/996…ix/
This is based on the exchange rates during June 2017. You might want to do a quick conversion check on the top few countries in the list to see if it's cheaper to signup through Brazil now, for example. I think I read somewhere Brazil and Canada are the cheapest at the moment but can't confirm this.

Note, you'll be charged the local currency so I'd recommend a no fee exchange card, like Revolut.
Edited by: "Turret" 17th Nov

Don’t have a link to the deal but I wouldn’t be surprised if this is just the old prices.

Why do we have to pay more for 4k?

ByronWellburn9 h, 21 m ago

Why do we have to pay more for 4k?


You could argue that it costs Netflix more in bandwidth, that it costs more to produce content in 4K to begin with, or simply that they have deemed that people are prepared to pay more for it.

ST312317th Nov

I actually went on to virgin media retentions about the netflix deal for …I actually went on to virgin media retentions about the netflix deal for new customers and whether existing customers with a eligible tv package could get it too and the person said they are rolling it out to existing customers sometime over the next month. I know they may have got it wrong, but could be worth calling virgin about it in december to see if it does become available as i was told...


Been on live chat a few times already and basically was told tuff
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