Three’s ‘Go Binge’ plans offer ‘free’ data for Netflix streaming

To better compete with EE, Vodafone and O2, Three is introducing a zero-rating scheme in the UK. The network operator has teamed up with Netflix, TVPlayer, Deezer and SoundCloud to offer inclusive streaming with select mobile contracts. So when you watch or listen to these services on the go, they won’t count towards your monthly data cap. The move, while contentious for net neutrality advocates, will no doubt be welcomed by customers. There is, however, a pretty big catch: to take advantage of the new perk, you’ll need to upgrade to a “Go Binge” plan, which Three admits will be slightly more expensive than your current, equivalent contract.

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