Having difficulty choosing your Vodafone 4G content partner? Take a look at what's coming up this month on Spotify, Sky Sports and Netflix to help you make your decision...
The Halloween pumpkins are fresh on our shelves, but now it’s November’s time to shine. That means that winter is closing in, and our big coats are out in force. Don’t worry, though: for every season there’s 4G entertainment to match, whether it’s on Spotify Premium, Sky Sports Mobile TV or Netflix.
Sign up for a Red 4G plan with Vodafone and you’ll get to choose one of the above subscriptions to be included as part of your plan at no extra cost*. So, to try and help you make your decision and get the most out of your entertainment pack of choice, every month we take a look at what’s coming up on each service over the next 30 days, Read on for a look at November 2014’s highlights…
Sky Sports Mobile TV
Choosing Sky Sports Mobile TV as your 4G entertainment pack gives you access to an array of live action from Sky Sports 1 and 2, as well as news and highlights from Sky Sports News HQ. November’s packed with football, golf, rugby and cricket, so there’s plenty for every fan to get stuck into. Sky Sports has no fewer than five live and exclusive matches from the Barclays Premier League including Man City vs Man Utd, Arsenal vs Man Utd and QPR vs Man City.
There are five games in the UEFA Champions League too, including Shalke vs Chelsea and Ludogorets vs Liverpool.
The Rugby Union QBE Autumn Internationals sees England square off against both New Zealand and Samoa in November, and each match is live and exclusive on Sky Sports. And if you’re a golf fan? Sky Sports is also the only place to see the WGC – HSBC Champions, Turkish Airlines Open and DP World Tour Championship in Dubai. In cricket, you can catch the first and second Sri Lanka vs England ODI matches on the 26 and 29 November respectively.
If you’re always on the hunt for new music, Spotify Premium is the 4G entertainment pack for you. Your membership will give you access to over 20 million tracks on your phone, tablet, computer and more, allowing you to stream them on demand, as well as save them offline for when you don’t have a data connection. It’ll also highlight new artists and bands it knows you’ll like, based on what you already listen to and the kind of genres you’re into.
So what’s new, and what’s coming up in November? Along with a host of big new releases, October saw John Lennon’s extensive solo collection hit Spotify for the first time, allowing fans of the Beatles’ front man to dive into a raft of rare music. There are new album releases aplenty in November, too; Storytone by Neil Young, Sonic Highways by Foo Fighters, Seeds by TV on the Radio and Shady XV by Eminem should be enough to tickle most tastes. There’s also The Endless River – the brand new Pink Floyd album.
With winter now firmly settling in for the long haul, it’s time to wrap up warm, grab a hot drink and find music to fit the weather. Spotify boasts playlists to suit any climate, so it’s got the cold, the wind and the rain well covered. Feeling snug? Try these on for size:
1. Cozy Evening
Netflix has an great library of TV shows and films to stream whenever you want, and your subscription will give you access to the whole lot on a huge range of devices, from your smartphone to your Smart TV. That encompasses a list of classic and recent films from the biggest studios around, along with whole box sets of top TV series and exclusive Netflix originals that you won’t find anywhere else.
There’s a lot of great new stuff on Netflix in time for November, no matter what kind of TV and movies you prefer. Disney fans can catch industry-leading animation new and old in Brave and Bambi, while the whole family can also stream season 7 of Doctor Who, starring Matt Smith.
When the kids go to bed there’s plenty for grownups to get stuck into on Netflix. You can now watch seasons 1-3 of the award-winning US drama Homeland, scare yourself silly with supernatural the smash hit series American Horror Story, or have a laugh with season 3 of British student comedy Fresh Meat. As well as that, there are some new must-see additions to Netflix’s movie collection, including action-adventure thriller I Am Number Four, critically acclaimed Girl, Interrupted, and the classic John Singleton drama Boyz N The Hood.
Netflix is also the only place you can see Bojack Horseman, the twisted new comedy cartoon featuring the voice talent Will Arnett (Arrested Development) and Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad), along with a raft of other exclusives.
Are you enjoying #4G Entertainment? Let us know which of our Vodafone Red 4G Entertainment packs floats your boat using the comments section below. You can find out more about each service here.