HOW MUCH STREAMING SERVICES COST: NETFLIX, DISNEY+, HULU, APPLE TV+, HBO MAXby Rdx Tango Get complete real-time protection and safeguard yo
There is a vast list of streaming services that are growing every year and the amount you have to pay for each service varies. Depending on the streaming platforms Apple TV+, Disney+, and HBO Max, competition is increasing to rule the platform. There are various options to select from, and also three more are line up, including AppleTV+, whose collection is the original content, Disney+, which has the list of films and shows from their in house properties, Pixar, Fox, and Marvel introduced in late 2019. And the third streaming service is the HBO max, which may be introduced in May 2020.
There was a time when only mainstreaming services were Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, and Hulu; however, now the market has to teem. There are various streaming services providing their subscribers vast libraries of movies and TV shows. At a point, everyone has something unique to offer to their subscribers, which cannot be watched else were; aka the original content. Apple, Amazon, CBS, and Disney all are working hard to produce the vast library of original content.
All the main coming services have released their costs of the subscription, which becomes easier for the users to compare accordingly. The services start from $4.99 to $14.99 per month. Being a subscriber of all the 9 main streaming service can add the bulk of the content.
- Amazon Prime Video: $8.99
- Disney+: $6.99
- Apple TV+: $4.99
- Netflix: $12.99
- Hulu (ad-free): $11.99
- CBS All Access (ad-free): $8.99
- Showtime: $10.99
- HBO Max: $14.99
- Starz: $8.99
- Peacock (ad-free): $9.99
One of the main takeaways which catch attention is Apple TV+ subscription cost is cheaper than other services. However, there is the reason behind this. Like other streaming services, Apple TV+ does not contain licensed content, so everything in its library that is available to watch is the original TV show or the films. It is also worth focusing that services like Disney+ cannot compete with Netflix or the Amazon Prime Video when it’s about the collection of contents of TV shows and movies on the list. And because of this, other services need to highlight their shows by promoting their high profile content, including CBS All Access with the Star Trek shows and Disney+ with Star Wars and Marvel contents to attract customers.
The currently announced the new streaming Peacock service from NBC Universal seems doubtful to compete from both the fronts with the classic favorites including Fraiser and The Office with the original names like Saved by Bell reboot and recent series of Battlestar Galactica. If anyone wants to get all services together, then they have to pay the price of $99.90 in bulk. This is the only method to get the entire original content from their libraries. However, most who are interested in the streaming services can select the services that have content they prefer to watch or suits their mood at times.
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