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How to Get Free Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime

If you’re watching your spending (like most of us) learning How to Get Free Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime and more, is a must!

How to Get Free Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime

Did you know that the average person spends nearly $273 per month on subscription services?

Can you imagine if you were able to keep that $273 per month instead of paying it to subscriptions? Well, you can.

So, if you ask me, nothing is better than a Free Netflix, Hulu, HBO or an Amazon Prime Subscription. Especially since these are some of the subscriptions almost everyone has!

In case you haven’t heard, you are able to get COMPLETELY FREE Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Apple TV+, Paramount+ or HBO depending on your wireless carrier and yes, it’s completely legal!

How to Get Free Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime

Here is how it works:

  1. Sign-up for your preferred wireless carrier.
  2. Call and ask them to enroll you in their special offer for a subscription service.
  3. Enjoy it for free each and every month!


Free Netflix from T-Mobile

T-mobile currently offers a free standard subscription for Netflix.

Update: As of Tuesday, November 9, 2021 T-Mobile also offers a year of Apple TV+ and Paramount+.

How it works:

Through an exclusive new partnership with Netflix, T-Mobile Magenta plans now come with Netflix at no extra charge starting September 12, 2017. The Un-carrier is doubling down on unlimited and giving customers more content than ever to stream.

How to get it:

It’s easy! If you’re an existing customer, visit, a retail store, or call Customer Care to activate. If you are a new customer, simply visit a T-Mobile store, go to or call 1-800-TMobile. We’re covering the cost of one Netflix Standard subscription per T-Mobile ONE family account. You will be given a URL to link your T-Mobile account with your Netflix account.T-Mobile pays Netflix directly for you. For existing Netflix customers, it may take 1-2 Netflix billing cycles for your billing to transfer to T-Mobile.

T-Mobile will then pay for your Netflix Standard subscription, up to $10.99/month. If you have Netflix Premium, you will see the difference in the cost included in yourT-Mobile bill.

You can learn more here.

Free Paramount+ from T-Mobile

In addition to free Netflix, T-Mobile also offers a free 1-year subscription to Paramount+ ($59.88 value).

How it works:

Limited-time offer. Available to active T-Mobile and Sprint postpaid voice wireless and Home Internet customers (excluding corporate/government accounts) who are residents of the 50 United States and at least eighteen (18) years of age. Receive 12-months of Paramount+ Essential Monthly plan (valued at $59.88) when you register to receive a code and then redeem the code within 30 days. Offer requires Paramount+ subscriber account registration and provision of a valid payment method for continued service after the promotional period ends

You can learn more about the free Paramount+ Subscription from T-Mobile here.

Free Apple TV+ from T-Mobile

T-Mobile currently is offering a free 1-year subscription to Apple TV+ ($

How it works:

T-Mobile postpaid wireless customers click here to log into your T-Mobile account and add your offer. Once you add your Apple TV+ On Us feature, you will be prompted to activate your subscription with Apple. If someone other than the Primary Account Holder attempts to redeem with Apple, Apple will send the Primary Account Holder a One-Time PIN for verification. If there is no Primary Account Holder designated on the account, the oldest phone number will become the designated phone number.

You can learn more about the Free Apple TV+ Subscription from T-Mobile here.


Sprint (now owned by T-Mobile) offers a free standard subscription to Hulu.

How it works:

Yes, Sprint’s Unlimited plan just got better! Only Sprint gives you the BEST price for Unlimited. That’s Unlimited streaming data, talk and text. And NOW it includes the TV you love, with Hulu (Hulu’s ad-supported plan). Your Sprint Unlimited plan also includes a mobile hotspot so you can watch on the go, where you go. You’ll be able to watch the most popular next-day TV, original series, thousands of hit shows and movies and more.

How to get it:

New and current Sprint Unlimited customers can sign up for Hulu:

  • Login to your account and go to Click Activate Now and add Hulu to your account.
  • You will receive a text message with an activation link. This is a required step to access your Hulu subscription and all its benefits.
  • After signing up, you’ll get a text message with an activation link, where you can complete the Hulu registration process. This is a required step to access your Hulu subscription and all its benefits. It’s simple– just enter your email, create an account or log in to your current Hulu account, and you’re done! (Please note: The phone that receives the SMS must be used to register for Hulu)

If you have any questions you can:

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  • Call Sprint Customer Care

Note: Currently, customers who sign up for Hulu (Hulu’s ad-supported plan), which is included with their Sprint Unlimited plan, will also be able to switch to Hulu (No Ads), Hulu + Live TV, and certain Premium Add-ons by logging in to your Hulu account at, however they are not included in your Sprint plan and will be billed as indicated.

Learn more here.


Metro (now owned by T-Mobile) currently offers a Free Amazon Prime Subscription.

How it works:

A Prime membership gives you the best of shopping and entertainment. Prime members get fast, free delivery on over 100 million items, even free same-day, one-day and 2-hour delivery on some items (available in select cities). Prime also includes streaming of thousands of popular movies and TV shows. Members can watch award-winning Prime Originals, and even add channels like HBO or Showtime. Membership also includes millions of songs that can be streamed on the Amazon Music app or on your Echo simply by asking Alexa. You can learn more about these and other benefits by visiting

How to get it:

Simply sign-up for a $60+ plan and Metro PCS will pay for your Amazon Prime Membership. It is a $12.99/month value.

You can learn more here.


Now you might be wondering what AT&T offers. They offer free a HBO Max subscription.

How to get it:

If you have one of the following unlimited plans, you get HBO MaxTM included with it. But, you might have to activate it on your account first. Not sure which plan you have? Check your account to view your current plan.

Eligible unlimited plans:

  • AT&T Unlimited Elite
  • AT&T Unlimited PlusSM
  • AT&T Unlimited Plus EnhancedSM
  • AT&T Unlimited ChoiceSM
  • AT&T Unlimited Choice IISM
  • AT&T Unlimited Choice EnhancedSM
  • AT&T Unlimited &More℠ Premium (if you chose HBO® as your premium channel)

To learn more about endless entertainment, now with HBO Max included through AT&T Unlimited Plus, you can check out, or visit one of our 5,000+ stores.

You can learn more here.


Depending on which plan you choose, Verizon offers a free 6-month Disney+ bundle subscription which includes Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ on select unlimited plans.

On some of their top tier plans, you will get the Disney+, Hulu and EPSN bundle plus an Apple Arcade or Google Play pass, and Apple music subscription ($66.96/month value).


How it works:

All the magic you remember and brand new adventures on us for 6 months. With select Unlimited plans, only on Verizon. $7.99/mo after.

You can learn more about the Free Verizon Disney+ Bundle Here.

Note: Apple Music is included with Get More Unlimited. You get a 6-month free trial with our current Play More Unlimited, Start Unlimited and Do More Unlimited. The Disney Bundle is included with our current Get More Unlimited and Play More Unlimited. Disney+ on us for 6 months is included with our current Do More Unlimited and Start Unlimited.

Cricket Wireless

As of August 2021, Cricket Wireless offers a Free HBO Max subscription to wireless customers on the $60 unlimited plan.

How it works:

Existing HBO Max customers who are on Cricket’s $60 unlimited plan can download the app and use their Cricket Wireless credentials to start this benefit. New and other existing customers can get or upgrade to the $60/mo. plan and get access to the ad-supported tier of HBO Max on us. For example, existing customers on the $55/mo. UNL plan who want to access can upgrade their wireless plan for just $5 more a month.

You can learn more about the Free HBO Max Subscription from Cricket Wireless here.

Wireless Carries That Currently Do Not Offer Free Subscriptions

Mint Mobile, Assurance Wireless, Straight Talk, and Consumer Cellular currently do not offer any free subscriptions with their service.

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Wednesday 22nd of November 2023

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Thursday 30th of March 2023

I get my cell phone and my home internet through spectrum. Do they offer anything like this?


Tuesday 30th of May 2023

@Ruth, yes, and it's surprising that they Spectrum haven't offered it to you. One day last year I got an unsolicited email from Spectrum stating that I "may" qualify", their words exactly, for FREE Internet. So they invited me to apply and I did and and now I don't pay anything for Internet. Of course like anything else of this nature they ask you to recertify.


Saturday 18th of March 2023

This is OLD info (2020-21). Unless you update it- take it down. You are not making any friends by wasting peoples' time or making them inadvertently share obsolete info! thanks


Friday 7th of April 2023

@Brittanie, Don't listen to that person...your not wasting anyone's time. You give a lot of great information and fun things. They probably didn't find that information 1st.


Saturday 18th of March 2023

Actually, I just updated this last week so I am not wasting anyone's time. Thanks!


Thursday 16th of March 2023

I have Consumer Cellular is there any subscriptions?

Jennifer Conkel

Tuesday 14th of February 2023

I have Verizon and u get Hulu plus and Disney plus free every month not just 6 months