ACT Fibernet Allows Customers to Pay for Netflix Subscription Through Their Bill

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ACT Fibernet Allows Customers to Pay for Netflix Subscription Through Their Bill

Internet service provider Atria Convergence Technologies (ACT) Fibernet on Wednesday announced a strategic partnership with online content streaming platform Netflix to expand payment and cashback offers for users across Delhi, Chennai, Bengaluru and Hyderabad. As part of this partnership, the Entertainment plan users of ACT Fibernet would be able to pay for their monthly Netflix subscription through their ACT Fibernet bill itself with an assured cashback of up to Rs. 500 per month, the company said in a statement.

"We are excited to partner with Netflix and to provide exceptional benefits and convenience to our users," said Ravi Karthik, Marketing Head, ACT in a statement. “Further, under our advantage entertainment promise, we are delighted to launch a unique assured cashback program for all our customers who choose to subscribe for Netflix via ACT.”

Priced at Rs. 1,159, the starting monthly subscription price of the six-months and 12-months Entertainment packs is the highest in Bengaluru, going up to Rs. 5,999. In Delhi, the lowest plan costs Rs. 999 and it goes up to Rs. 1,249, whereas Hyderabad ACT users can get the Entertainment pack for as low as Rs. 1050 per month and Chennai users at Rs. 1049 per month. 

As we mentioned earlier, with these plans the ACT consumers will also get up to Rs. 500 cashback, which will be directly added to their accounts. The minimum cashback is Rs. 200.

"We are delighted to partner with ACT Fibernet to enable their customers to pay for their Netflix subscription as part of their ACT bill and enjoy our content on any Internet-connected screen," said Abhishek Nag, Director - Business Development, Netflix India.

The offer would launch into effect from March 6 and gradually be expanded to other markets, the company added.

Written with inputs from IANS

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