Stream Videos on Netflix Without It Eating Into Your Data Plan with U Mobile

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This is the age of streaming – we cannot endorse illegal downloading (publicly) but who even bothers to do that these days when services like Netflix and iFlix are at one’s disposal? People that don’t have a big enough data plan to support it, obviously. Thankfully, that’s about to change.

Just last week, Malaysia’s fastest mobile network, U Mobile, announced it has partnered with three additional social media and video streaming sites – on top of its previous 18 titles – to enable its users to stream however many videos they’d like to watch without it affecting their data thanks to its new service, Video Onz. The titles U Mobile has joined ventures with are names that we hold near and dear to our binge-watching hearts such as Netflix, Facebook, and Twitter; these three join existing U Mobile streaming partners like iFlix, HyppTV, BFM, YouTube, tonton, and many more.

With Video Onz, fans of TV shows like Stranger Things, Narcos (season 2 is bangin’, guys), House of Cards, and Master of None will be able to watch their respective episodes without being interrupted by a text from a telco company alerting them of their data plan almost reaching its monthly quota.

U Mobile offers a number of plan options to choose from depending on the user’s needs. For more information, visit its website here.