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With Telstra? Here’s how to get 3 months of free streaming

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Telstra is giving all its customers access to Apple TV+ for 3 months so you can binge-watch Severance, Morning Wars, Ted Lasso and more.

It doesn't matter if you've subscribed to Apple TV+ before. Telstra is offering both new and returning customers a 3-month subscription for $0.

All you need is your Telstra ID to sign up online. Once you're all set up, you can stream your preferred TV show or movie through Telstra TV or any other device.

Once your 3 months are up, you can either cancel or pay $7.99 per month.

Sign up by 16 August 2023 to take advantage of Telstra's offer.

Not a Telstra customer yet?

If you're not signed up with the telco just yet, here are some offers that might work for you.

  • Save $120 on Telstra's Upfront Internet Plan Premium (100Mbps). That's $90 a month for the first 6 months and then $110 a month after. Plus, you get a 2-month free subscription to BINGE.
  • Try Telstra's 5G home internet for free. After 30 days, you will need to pay $85 a month. You also get 2 months of BINGE for free when you sign up.

Are there any mobile plan offers?

There aren't any discounts on its postpaid plans at the moment but you do get a 1-month subscription to Foxtel Now and a free trial of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

Prices start at $58 a month for 40GB, with access to the largest 4G and 5G network in Australia and the option to earn Telstra points for future rewards.

Not sure if Telstra's right for you? Read our review of its mobile and internet plans before signing up.

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