Verizon To Reportedly Offer A $10 Netflix And Max Bundle Soon

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Verizon will reportedly offer customers the option to bundle Netflix’s Standard with ads and Max’s With Ads plans at a discounted rate of just $10 a month. That’s the same as paying for Max and getting Netflix for free.


Considering the Standard with ads and With Ads plans are both ad-supported tiers, this promotion won’t appeal to those looking for an ad-free viewing experience. However, with the bundle price offering a saving of $7 each month, the exact cost of the Standard with ads plan, it could be a good option for those looking to save on the cost of both streaming services.

According to the Wall Street Journal, the Netflix-Max bundle will be available to myPlan customers and Verizon, Netflix, and Warner Bros. Discovery will split the revenue from each signup. While it remains unclear when exactly the promotion will go live for eligible customers, the report suggests Verizon will announce the new bundle option in the coming weeks.


In general, Verizon has been offering some pretty good deals on streaming services recently. For example, the company is still offering the option to pay for a year of AMC+ and get a year of Netflix Premium for free. Considering Netflix Premium is the company’s most expensive ad-free plan, this promotion results in a saving of $240 over the course of 12 months.

For those that prefer sports to AMC shows, Verizon has also been running a promotion which offers the option to pay $25 a month for both Netflix Premium and NFL+ Premium, resulting in a $10 monthly saving and $120 over the course of 12 months.

Providing the new Netflix and Max bundle launches as reported, Verizon will be offering good deals on both ad-supported and ad-free tiers of Netflix.

John Finn

By John Finn

John started Streaming Better to help consumers navigate the live TV streaming and subscription service landscape. John has been editing and writing about technology and streaming for online publications since 2014, and believes the best streaming approach is to rotate between services as needed.

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