Verizon has announced a brand new streaming bundle, where myPlan customers can get the ad-supported versions of  Netflix and Max for $10 a month.  Plus, this offer can be used alongside the Disney Bundle, to provide the ad-supported versions of Disney+, Hulu, ESPN+, Netflix and Max, all for just $20 a month.

With myPlan, Verizon customers choose which perks they want to add to their unlimited plans and, at only $10 per month for each perk, enjoy services they love at a great value, like Netflix and Max. They’re offering customers more choice and value than the rigid, competitive plans that force you to pay for things you don’t need.

Verizon is the first provider to offer a bundle of Netflix & Max (with ads), and it’s available to all myPlan customers. Verizon is using its strategic relationships with the biggest players in the content industry to continue to unlock more value for its wireless customers. 

myPlan introduces customer control, so they can now choose what to add to their plan and save big on things they love, like Netflix & Max (with ads).

Frank Boulben, Chief Revenue Officer, Verizon Consumer Group said in a statement:

“Customers want unbeatable offers from top partners that deliver the best services and experiences they want, and on the nation’s most reliable network. With these only for Verizon deals and first-of-its-kind bundled content offers you can get through myPlan, there’s never been a better time to be a Verizon customer.”

The Netflix & Max (with ads) perk will be available December 7th to Verizon mobile customers on our Unlimited Welcome, Unlimited Plus or Unlimited Ultimate plans. Enrol in myPlan and take advantage of the offer by visiting

Note that the offer will not automatically replace existing subscriptions, so if you take out the deal, you may need to manage your subscriptions to avoid multiple subscriptions and corresponding charges. 

This is the latest offer to start offering bundled versions of streaming services together with communication providers to offer customers discounted subscriptions.  It also allows the streaming services to increase their subscriber numbers, especially for the ad-supported tiers, where the companies make more money due to advertising.

We are likely going to see more cable and mobile providers offering these types of bundles, which seems to be benefiting every company, plus the customer gets a big discount.

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Roger Palmer

Roger has been a Disney fan since he was a kid and this interest has grown over the years. He has visited Disney Parks around the globe and has a vast collection of Disney movies and collectibles. He is the owner of What's On Disney Plus & DisKingdom. Email: Twitter: Facebook:

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