Need Netflix, Disney Hotstar, Zee5 & Amazon Prime Subscription For Free? Here’s What You Should Do!

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2020 showed us the importance of OTT platforms like Netflix, Amazon prime, and whatnot. But to get all these, you need to pay a subscription fee mostly between 500 to 1000 per month. And let’s be honest. The mere thought of getting something for free instantly releases dopamine in human brains. 

Why pay the subscription fee when you can get the account for free? 

So this new year, we bring you a list of ways by which you can get a FREE Netflix, amazon prime, Disney+, Hotstar, and Zee5 subscription. 

Share the account with your friends:

Most platforms allow streaming on multiple devices. That means you can share one account with multiple people. You can skip a burger and save enough money to share an account with your friends for the whole month..!! Also, you get the added dieting benefits.

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If you don’t want to pay at all, then u can also ask for an account from your friends but be sure to take them for a nice treat ( this is probably an expensive way to get an account, though ).

Google

As our forefathers said if you want to find anything, google it. So, If you want, you can hunt for your movie in the ocean of google. You never know what treasures you can unravel. 

Telecom Companies

All over-the-top players such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, etc., and many more have tied up with telecom service providers to offer their content free to customers. This a win-win situation for both as telecoms attract many subscribers towards their platform as well as to OTT players.

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Surely you can purchase an OTT subscription, but if you opt for these packs individually, then you have to shell out some large bucks from your pockets. Jio, Airtel, and Vodafone offer quite interesting post and prepaid plans under Rs 500. In comparison to plans offered by other telecoms like Airtel and Vodafone, Jio seems to have a better and enticing deal. Now let’s take a look at Jio, Airtel, and Vodafone postpaid plans with free subscriptions and benefits. All the postpaid plans readily fall under Rs 500 price.

Jio postpaid plan

Reliance industry’s Jio has a Rs 399 postpaid plan, offering 75GB of FUP data on a monthly basis. It offers support for a data rollover facility of up to 200GB. The plan includes unlimited calling and a 100 SMS limit per day. Buying this plan will also get users to access Jio apps. One also gets a free one year Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Disney+ Hotstar VIP subscription. So, in short, a complete all in one package.

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Airtel postpaid plan

You cannot get free OTT benefits with Airtel’s Rs 399 postpaid plan, similar to Vodafone. Airtel customers will have to buy a Rs 499 postpaid plan, which will offer them 75GB of FUP data with a rollover facility. This plan, again, includes unlimited calling and 100 SMS per day along with access to Airtel Thanks rewards. Airtel isn’t offering free Netflix with this plan, and you only get Amazon Prime Video and Disney+ Hotstar VIP for one year.

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Vi (Vodafone-idea) postpaid plan

Even Vi has a Rs 399 postpaid plan. But, with this one, you don’t get a free OTT subscription. The plan ships with just 40GB of FUP data. The telecom giant also gives unlimited calling and 100 SMS facility per day. But, You can access Vi Movies & TV apps for free if not other OTT subscriptions.

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If you want a postpaid plan that even offers OTT benefits, buy the Rs 499 plan. It provides 75GB FUP data, unlimited calling, and 100 SMS/day services. You will get free access to Amazon Prime Video and ZEE5, apart from Vi Movies & TV apps. You don’t get free Netflix here, unlike Jio’s Rs 399 postpaid plan. 

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