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How to Get FREE Netflix & Hulu

Netflix and Hulu are a few of the best cord cutting tools available. If you want to save some money, the good news is there are ways to get Netflix and Hulu 100% free.

How to Get FREE Netflix

Right now T-Mobile has a special deal to give away FREE Netflix. According to T-Mobile to qualify for free Netflix all you need to do is to link your Netflix account to T-Mobile.

Legal Details:

Now customers can binge all their favorite shows at no extra cost when they sign up for 2+ lines of T-Mobile ONE™.

Offer subject to change. Receive Netflix Standard 2-screen (up to $9.99/mo. value) while you maintain 2+ qual’  T-Mobile ONE lines in good standing. Netflix account & compatible device required. Value may be applied to different Netflix streaming plans. Not redeemable or refundable for cash; cannot be exchanged for Netflix gift subscriptions. Cancel Netflix anytime. Netflix Terms of Use apply: 1 offer per T-Mobile account; may take 1-2 bill cycles. Like all plans, features may change or be discontinued at any time; see T-Mobile Terms and Conditions at for details.

How to Get FREE Hulu

Recently Sprint and Hulu announced a new deal to include Hulu with Sprint’s Unlimited service with all the hit television shows, award-winning original series, and popular movies Hulu has to offer. With this deal, Sprint will include Hulu’s Limited-Commercial plan for all Sprint Unlimited customers.

Sprint customers can sign up at

There you go… two great ways to cut down on your monthly cord cutting bill.

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10 Responses to How to Get FREE Netflix & Hulu

  1. Bruce Wayne November 28, 2017 at 9:02 am #

    The net neutrality people must hate this.

    • Me November 28, 2017 at 12:33 pm #

      T-Mobile and Sprint offering Netflix and Hulu have nothing to do with NN, It would only have to do with NN if they both had caps and exempted said services form those caps but not other streaming services. This isn’t any different than t-mobile offering free pizza on Tuesdays. Did t-mobile violate pizza neutrality?

      • Deplorable Me November 29, 2017 at 2:44 pm #

        Remember when the NN people freaked out when T-Mobile announced they were giving away free data to use Pokemon Go?

  2. Fred Koot November 28, 2017 at 9:36 am #

    When is spending $1000 a year free

  3. EF November 28, 2017 at 3:35 pm #

    Hulu (with commercials) can also be had “free” if you sign up for Spotify (normally $10/month). If you are a college student, even if you don’t care about Spotify, but don’t want to pay full price for Hulu, you can get the Spotify/Hulu combo for $5 per month. Much better deal than having to switch to Sprint!

    • Beach Potato November 28, 2017 at 5:52 pm #

      I don’t have to have cell service, I cut that cord and use Majic jack at home. No need for smart phone, use a laptop instead. Thirty five bucks a year…..

      • Beach Potato November 28, 2017 at 5:54 pm #

        p.s. I know how to get free Netflex….the Eu Netflex is on the internet and easy to find. I just watched all the new star treks. Didn’t think much of it but it was free.

        • EF November 29, 2017 at 8:34 am #

          Laptops are kind of hard to carry in your pocket 😉

          So you must be one of the rare people who don’t use a cell phone service. For most of us this is almost a necessity of life these days. I don’t have a use for paid home phone service such as Majic jack since my cell phone has replaced it and you can have a “home” phone right off your computer (or even a cell phone connected to your home internet, which you need anyway). Also, you are paying too much and should get any of the FREE voice over IP services that gives you a phone number (or port your Majic Jack number). EU Netflix sounds like something that is from Europe. If you are getting it “free” and “easy to find” it is probably pirated and you are doing something illegal, which is not a good idea to advertise over the internet…

          • Beach Potato November 29, 2017 at 10:45 am #

            You don’t know what you are talking about….not illegal. But you are a know it all and probably a flat earther too…throwing shade on me is revealing your self esteem problems and you have drank the kool aid propaganda of ”internet pirating”. And for others reading this… don’t need home internet at all -that EF says you need…I wont tell what most 14yr olds know how to connect to WiFi, since EF is the benchmark….lol
            Look around, lots of folks toting a small device like mine and I plug in the majic jack to it and go everywhere I want….Surface laptop is very portable and 15 hours of battery.

          • EF November 29, 2017 at 11:14 am #

            My sister lives in EU (Italy) and she confirmed with me that Netflix there is NOT free for her (legally, unless she borrows someone’s password). But maybe she’s also a flat earther, or maybe I misunderstood the EU term (most people might associate it with European Union?). Would you care to provide a link to the free EU Netflix and $30 Majic jack services for us “flat earthers” to help us ditch T-Mobile? Much appreciated. Also, sorry if I assumed you need internet/data connection for Majic Jack at home or anywhere else in the world (since some of us travel outside the US, not always in range of wifi or wired internet in the field – cellular only, that would truly be majical). So if the majic jack works anywhere a T-mobile phone works, I’d be happy to switch and save a lot of money. Also, if I can get free Netflix on my non-LTE tablet/connected laptop without being connected to wifi, like Tmobile with its LTE service on my tablet, albeit “throttled” at 50Gb/month LTE speeds, I’d love to know how you do that as well.