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Your Netflix? You can now pay for it via Proximus

Published on 16/01/2016 in Bits & Bytes

Your Netflix? You can now pay for it via Proximus

That's right.

You can now simply combine a Netflix subscription with your current Proximus TV subscription. The advantage? It makes paying easier because you only receive one bill. And you can now enjoy Netflix even if you don't have a credit card.

How does it work? It’s very simple:

  • Do you already have Netflix, outside your Tuttimus Pack? In that case, just combine them:
  1. Go to the Netflix website and cancel your current subscription. Don't worry: you'll subscribe to this account later via Proximus TV, so none of your data will be lost.
  2. Enjoy Netflix until the end of your current subscription.
  3. The day after your Netflix subscription expires, press the blue button on your Proximus TV remote control.
  4. Subscribe again (using the e-mail address and password of your former Netflix account).
  5. Confirm with your Proximus TV PIN code.

  • Did you receive 3 months of free Netflix through our promo? Then simply extend your Netflix subscription after this period:
  1. First, you will receive an e-mail from Netflix informing you when the free Netflix period ends.
  2. As soon as you receive this e-mail, press the blue button on your Proximus TV remote control.
  3. Subscribe again (using the e-mail address and password of your former Netflix account).
  4. Confirm with your Proximus TV PIN code.

  • Don't have Netflix yet? You don't know what you're missing!

If you want to create a Netflix account via Proximus, simply press the blue button on your Proximus TV remote control.

Need more information? Be sure to check https://www.proximus.be/iwantnetflix.

Erik

Digital and content marketer. Gardening is my passion just like eating. But right after playing some series or films, because that's my thing.

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