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Smart Signature SIM-Only Plans now come with a Netflix Mobile Plan subscription

There’s a new bundle under the Smart Signature SIM-only plan… It is called the Smart Netflix Mobile Plan. Because escaping to a world of entertainment especially after a hard day’s work or during a well-deserved break.

Subscribers also effortlessly get a monthly Netflix Mobile Plan rental during their 12-month contract by signing up for any Smart Signature SIM-Only Plan, so they can enjoy thousands of award-winning movies, episodes, documentaries, specials, and feature films at their fingertips.

This way, subscribers won’t have to shell out for a separate subscription just to immerse in the worlds of their favorite Netflix Originals like Crash Landing On You, Money Heist, Stranger Things, The Umbrella Academy, Extraction, Bridgerton, Kingdom, The Crown, and more.


Signature SIM-Only Plans start at P999 per month with Plan S, which is inclusive of 10 GB open access data monthly, unlimited All-Net texts, unlimited All-Net calls, and 150 minutes of calls to PLDT – along with the bundled Netflix Mobile Plan subscription. 

“Goal slayers who hustle also deserve their time off, and now with just a simple tap on your phone, you can be transported to so many different worlds. This is especially relevant during this time when we all miss travelling and exploring new places,” said Jane J. Basas, SVP and Head of Consumer Wireless Business at Smart.

A full streaming experience on the go is provided by Smart Signature SIM-Only Plans. Users won’t have to worry about running out of space while watching the new film or doing a marathon of the latest hit series with generous data inclusions. A broad catalog to fit any taste, preference, or mood is also available with the Netflix Mobile Plan subscription that comes with the plan.

Subscribers can definitely make the most of their plan and Netflix Mobile Plan subscription powered by Smart, the country’s fastest mobile data network as reported by third-party mobile analytics firms such as Opensignal and Ookla


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