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Buy an LG Revolution, Receive 3 Free Months of Netflix (Updated: Commercial Added)

 

If you were looking for a reason to buy the LG Revolution, then maybe this newly announced Netflix promo will help.  Starting today and ending on August 28, Verizon and Netflix have partnered up to give each newly purchased Revolution a 3-month free subscription to their streaming service.  Current Netflix customers are also eligible for this promo.

Beginning 7/22/2011 through 8/28/2011, customers who purchase the LG Revolution on a new two year contract will receive three free months of Netflix streaming service valued at $7.99/month.

Not a bad deal, but I’m still not sure this is enough to make me lock into a 2-year contract for this phone when we know that the DROID Bionic is seemingly 2 weeks away.

And we had to laugh at breakdown they provided of how many movies per month you can watch on their tiered data plans. We’re assuming that those numbers would mean how many movies you could watch if you didn’t use data on any other service like Gmail or internet.  Damn tiers.  Sort of sad that the day we get super fast internet with big screens and services that allow us to utilize them properly, is the same day that we get shot down into tiers so that we can no longer fully take advantage of them without breaking the bank.  

Update:  New commercial released just minutes ago for this promo:

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Cheers Moreno!

  • Mark

    it would be great if you could get the code from LG to use at netflix.  I have been trying for a month to get it and nobody there seems to care if I get it or not.

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  • Granted

    Haha! You are the most pitiful lapdog I’ve ever seen! You tout Netflix as a good reason to buy this phone, then two post later, you say, aren’t you guys tired of Netflix, go get this blu-ray service. I’ve seen a 2 dollar hooker on the corner, have more integrity than you! Man you are so pitiful!

    • Adam Elghor

      bad troll!!! go back in your cage!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    Guess Verizon and LG knows that this phone is dead when Droid bionic hits. Actually it was dead when released.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_B2QSIC2M72JOFETTNGSRQFCFRY EricS

    Damn tiers?  More like damn tears.

    I bet they will not continue the grandfathered-in unlimited data plans forever.  The eventually killed off the New Every Two discount, so expect the unlimited data plans to go away after a year or two as those renewed contracts expire.  I also bet if you do not renew your contract, then at some point they will force you from an unlimited plan to a tiered plan.

    The best thing to do is vote with your dollars and give VZW the heave ho.

    • Mario Lo

      Give them the heave ho to go to another provider with tiered data plan?

    • Knightcrusader

      Just because they killed of New Every 2 does not mean they’ll stop allowing people to be grandfathered. In fact, my uncle is still sitting on a $100 NE2 discount from his last contract… that ended in 2008. On 7/6 I gave him my Samsung i760 so he could put unlimited data on his plan before that was gone, and he was still on America’s Choice 300… that’s America’s Choice I… from like, 2001. He didn’t have to change his calling plan but we did anyway to keep the data plan available when he gets his Android phone.

      So, they will keep you on whatever plan you are on as long as you don’t change anything.

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  • Stelv81

    Not only do you receive 3 months of free netflix, you receive 3+ months of buyers remorse for buying a LG Revolution

  • Lmrojas

    Using Netflix and google music I’ve consumed 7gb and at day 22 of my cycle.

    • Christephor

      thats crazy i listen to music all the time when i workout and also thru my car when i drive im constantly online or playing games on my phone and i havent even touched 3 gb of data you must be watching android is for porn or something constantly 

      • Lmrojas

        Netflix consumes a lot of data. 40 minutes during my lunch break 5 days a week adds up.

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    “Sort of sad that the day we get super fast internet with big screens and services that allow us to utilize them properly, is the same day that we get shot down into tiers so that we can no longer fully take advantage of them without breaking the bank.”

    I don’t know about you, but I have Unlimited 4G and will until I cancel my VZW contract…which is never. 

    • Adam Elghor

      you dont know it will be unlimited forever vzw could change that

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_T3NRV5OOEQS5Y52QG6WG6SMTEU ML

    I wonder how many thousands of LG Revolutions Verizon is stuck with.  Hopefully, Verizon learns that when you Bing a phone, it’s going to struggle compared to comparable phones.

    • Ryan C

      i wish it was the same with the verizon bloatware

  • Anonymous

    About how many movies can you watch with the 2GB data plan?

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_B2QSIC2M72JOFETTNGSRQFCFRY EricS

      Very few.  They want you to sign up for the more expensive plans or use WiFi.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-Forte/542650247 Michael Forte

    I’m sorry but even 3 free months of Netflix is not enough to make me consider a binged out phone.

    • Christephor

      heres were they get you…you get 3 months free but you have to sign up for netflix where they keep raising there prices 

  • Dyslexicbunny

     They seem pretty desperate to move this phone…

  • Jeremy Gentry

    they are trying to give an incentive for someone to buy the piece of crap! good luck! LOL

    • Anonymous

      So true, the store work at sold 3 and all of them came back the next day because the dialer was force closing whenever it opened, along with pretty much every other app that it came with. truly a POS

      • christephor

        its the 4g network its not fined tuned yet thats why i laugh at all you who say you wont get the samsung galaxy 2 because its not 4g. 4g wont even be in most areas untill 2013 so for those of you who want a 4g phone when your area wont even have 4g makes me laugh 

        • Anonymous

          The funny thing is i totally agree with you, i honestly could care less about 4G because it will be nowhere near me for over a year. I’d prefer my next device not to have it so i can get through a day on my battery. But i don’t understand what your comment has to do with mine at all. Im pretty sure when your dialer and pretty much all apps on the phone are force closing when you try to access them theres something wrong with the device, not the network