Why Vodafone (VOD) Stock Is Gaining Today

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Vodafone (VOD) was gaining 1.5% to $36.20 following a report that it is in talks with Netflix (NFLX) to offer free access to the streaming service to subscribers.

According to Bloomberg a potential deal between the two companies would give Vodafone subscribers free access to steaming movies and TV shows for a period of time. Talks are in early stages according to the report.

Vodafone currently has content deals with Spotify and Sky Sports to offer free content to subscribers when their sign up for the wireless network.

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"Vodafone Group Plc (Vodafone), is a mobile communications company. Vodafone Red offers consumers and businesses a package with mobile data allowances, unlimited calls and texts, plus cloud and back-up services to secure personal data. Vodafone Cloud allows customers to store their personal digital content, such as contacts, photos and videos in the Vodafone network and to access it on the move from any connected device. Vodafone OneNet integrates landlines and mobiles providing a communication solution. Vodafone Secure Device Manager gives customer a way to manage many of their smart devices. In February 2014, Verizon Communications Inc completed the acquisition of Vodafone Group Plc's 45% indirect interest in Verizon Wireless. In April 2014, Vodafone Group Plc acquired100 %of its Indian subsidiary, Vodafone India Limited (VIL)."

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