Vodafone is starting a new campaign and wants to draw attention to the new TV tariff “GigaTV including Netflix”.
The advertised TV tariff – nomen est omen – combines GigaTV and Netflix. It has been available since November (DIGITAL FERNSEHEN reported), but Vodafone has now come up with a special marketing move for this spring:
If you want to shorten the waiting time for the sequel to the Netflix hit series “Squid Game”, you can start today unpublished excerpts of conversations from the guards and gamers that Vodafone posted on YouTube today. Some surprising secrets are revealed. With the leak and two more “Behind the Scenes” videos (Barbarians and The Crown) the company hopes to attract attention for its Netflix cooperation.
This enables access to the GigaTV world while at the same time including the Netflix standard subscription. This can Vodafone Provide access to an unlimited selection of series, films, documentaries and much more. The standard subscription enables you to stream Netflix content in HD quality and access two parallel streams. The contract period is 24 months. In the first six months, the monthly fee is 19.99 euros, and thereafter it is 25.99 euros per month. With the premium subscription from Netflix you can watch films, series and documentaries in Ultra HD quality on up to four devices at the same time. Vodafone customers can book the Netflix Premium subscription for five euros.
In order to compensate for the loss of licensed titles, Lars Riedel, Head of TV and Entertainment at Vodafone, expects even more in-house productions than before from Netflix and Co .. In his opinion, this year’s series highlights include the next seasons of “Stranger Things” or “The Crown” and the spin-off “Vikings: Valhalla”. And in the cinema? “The Batman with Robert Pattinson!”
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