BEST FREE STREAMING PLATFORMS

BEST FREE STREAMING PLATFORMS

Streaming is more popular than ever in recent years. Sometimes the price can be off-putting, check out these two free streaming platforms if you’re on a budget. See Britain reviews for more free streaming platforms. 

1. Peacock

Has a Live TV, no registration is required, and supports android phones and tablets, Android TV, Apple TV, Apple Phones and tablets, Chromecast, Comcast Xfinity X1 and Xfinity Flex, LG TV, Playstation 4, VizioTV, Xbox one, web browsers.

2. Crackle

Has no Live TV, no registration is required, and its supported devices are Amazon Fire TV and Fire Stick, Android phones and tablets, Android TV, Apple phones and tablets, Chromecast, LG TV, Playstation 4, Roku, Samsung TV, Vizio TV, Xbox one, web browsers.

ARE STREAMING TV PLATFORMS SUBSCRIPTIONS REASONABLE?

If you’re considering cutting the cord on your cable subscription, be rest assured you’re not alone. With the increase of video streaming platforms available on the market today, you may be confused about the best option to pick from or whether it’s a good idea to opt for more than one. This article will break down the cost and how pricing has changed for some of the most popular video streaming platforms.

1. Netflix

Cost: Gives a one month free trial, with $8.99 basic plan subscription for a month, $12.99 standard subscription, and $15.99 monthly premium subscription. As of 2018, those same plans were $7.99 per month, $10.99 per month, and $13.99 per month, respectively.

2. Hulu

Cost: Has a price range of $5.99 basic monthly plan, to $11.99 monthly plan for no ads, to $54.99 a month for Hulu + live TV, and $60.99 a month for Hulu + Live TV with no ads. The cost of the basic plan was a bit higher as of 2018, at $7.99 a month, but in early 2019, the streaming service announced its new reduced price rate of $5.99 a month, in addition, a price increase for its Live TV option, to $54.99.

3. Disney+

Cost: A monthly subscription of $6.99 for Disney+ is required. For Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN bundle, it requires a subscription fee of $12.99 per month.

4. fuboTV

Cost: Subscription for standard package is $54.99 per month, and the monthly family package costs $59.99, $69.99 for the monthly family package plus Showtime, and $79.99 per month for the ultra-package. 

Add-ons like family share goes for $5.99 per month, Showtime for $10.99 per month, or $19.99 per month for Fubo quarterly. When it launched in 2015, Fubo cost $7 a month.

5. SlingTV

Cost: You can choose between the Sling Orange package or Sling Blue package for $20 per month (for the first month). After the first month, the price goes up to $30 per month or $45 per month for both. You are at liberty to add extras like sports, comedy, news, Spanish-language TV, or lifestyle channels for $5 to $10 per month each.

The two packages were each $25 per month as of 2018, while the dual package was $40 per month.

Before using a monthly subscription see reviews about tv streaming services. This way you’ll be able to choose the right subscription method for your personal preferences and budget. And a bonus: people who have used the streaming service will give you insightful information that you can use.

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