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Topic # 175448 30-Jun-2015 10:50
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I just moved to a Red+ plan and got the SMS with the six month Netflix offer. Looking for some feedback here - we already have an old Netflix account (US-based) and the code is for a two devices account. Will it impact my account (other than the discount itself) if I apply it in New Zealand without changing my original account?

Any experience on this?






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  Reply # 1333973 30-Jun-2015 10:54
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use code and it will add a credit to your netflix account



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  Reply # 1333978 30-Jun-2015 10:57
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John is correct - I followed the instructions and it actually applies a credit to your account, equivalent to a two devices monthly charge. It automatically converted to US$ when applied to my account, without changing the type.

Thank you Vodafone!





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1334023 30-Jun-2015 11:40
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Yeah I have a US account too and it worked flawlessly. I thought I was going to have to cancel the US one and sign up for a NZ one but nope no need to.




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  Reply # 1334043 30-Jun-2015 12:00
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Good score - nice to hear it works so seamlessly and painlessly.

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  Reply # 1334106 30-Jun-2015 13:32
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Sky/mediaworks/tvnz won't like this... That vodafone (skys partner) is giving credit that can be used for US netflix, just after the whole global mode debacle

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  Reply # 1334108 30-Jun-2015 13:36
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Yabanize: Sky/mediaworks/tvnz won't like this... That vodafone (skys partner) is giving credit that can be used for US netflix, just after the whole global mode debacle


Bloody good move - someone is thinking!




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