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Vodafone and Netflix: for the first time together in a single offer



Vodafone and Netflix: for the first time together in a single offer

Vodafone and Netflix: from 1 September together, in a single offer without restrictions. The agreement, which will benefit users, has been signed and is ready to hit the market.

Vodafone and Netflix: internet and TV series

On the one hand, the Vodafone navigation network, on the other, the offer of Netflix content (TV series, films, documentaries, stand-up comedies, programs for children and families and much more), with the possibility of choosing between Standard Plan and Plan Premium and to enjoy everything even on the go with the 5G connection: all in the same bill.

In addition to this, however, Vodafone will also allow its customers to activate Vodafone TV, the service that integrates traditional TV in a single platform in an innovative and customizable way, also available on the move on smartphones and tablets.

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The launch campaign with Alessandro Cattelan

For some days now, the launch campaign for this partnership has been present on the main television broadcasters and digital and social channels. The protagonist is Alessandro Cattelan who together with a “Vodafone family” identifies himself in the scenario of the new season of the famous series “La Casa di Carta”, which will be available on Netflix from 3 September 2021.

In the commercial, shot in Madrid on the set of the series, their everyday life takes place naturally among robbers, hostages, bags full of banknotes and special forces, right in the same places where the stories of the Professor develop, Tokyo, Lisbon and others. protagonists. In reality, thanks to the performance and quality of the Vodafone network and the convergence of landline and mobile, Cattelan and the Vodafone family are simply having a viewing experience so engaging that they feel like protagonists of the iconic Netflix TV series.