T-Mobile's unlimited data plan has a new perk, free Netflix.
But the freebie is only for customers that have two of T-Mobile's unlimited data plans.
So, if you are a single line customer, you're out of luck.
But that free Netflix is worth about $120 a year.
There have been a number of partnerships recently between phone and media companies.
AT&T is in the middle of buying Time Warner, which owns CNN, HBO, and Batman.
In fact AT&T even includes HBO for free with some packages.
Verizon has been buying up a number of media companies including yahoo and AOL and it creates short form video for it's mobile service called Go 90.
So here's the fine print for the T mobile deal.
It's for T mobile one customers who have two lines and you get the standard Netflix at nine 99 a month.
If you want Netflix premium service for 11.99 you have to pay the extra $2 out of pocket.
Hi I'm Bridget Carey.
You can compare all the latest mobile plans and perks at CNET.com.
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