AT&T's upcoming video streaming service is taking different shape after the company reportedly abandoned plans to create a three-tiered service.
AT&T's Time Warner three-tiered streaming service may not see daylight.
AT&T's WarnerMedia will reportedly charge $16 or $17 per month for its HBO-centric streaming service when it launches at the end of this year, sources tell the Wall Street Journal.
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Of course, Warner now has a streaming service with DC Universe, and many have wondered what may happen to that.
WarnerMedia may also make a cheaper, ad-supported version of the service available next year. Cinemax can cost as much as $12 a month. That would make WarnerMedia's SVOD service slightly higher than the standalone HBO Now ($14.99 monthly), and pricier than Netflix's standard two-stream HD plan ($12.99), Showtime ($10.99) and Hulu's VOD packages ($5.99 with ads; $11.99 without) - and more than double Disney Plus, slated for a November 12 launch at an aggressive $6.99 per month price.
Streaming services aren't a new thing, but the competition has been heating up only recently as companies like Netflix, Spotify and Sony report massive earnings. Although competition is always good for consumers, as more companies want a piece of the market share, it can become quite confusing with all the new streaming services that are springing up like mushrooms after the rain.