When AT&T launches HBO Max’s new ad-supported tier in June, this will cost $ 10 per month, depending on CNBC. To put that price into perspective, Hulu starts at $ 6 per month, and Netflix’s basic plan will set you back. $ 9 every 30 days. HBO Max was already on the more expensive side, with its standard subscription at $ 15 per month. Yes CNBC the reports are precise, it seems that the new level will not change the situation of the service.
We’ve reached out to AT&T for feedback and will update this article when we get back to you. In the meantime, we’ll point out that WarnerMedia, which operates the streaming service for parent AT&T, has talked a lot about how the level works. During the recent investor day event, Said Jason Kilar, CEO of WarnerMedia, “the main difference [between the two tiers] will be with theatrical premieres. “By paying the most expensive package, you will have access to daily premieres of Warner Bros. movies. With the studio debuting all his films on HBO Max in 2021, it’s a big problem. HBO shows also won’t run commercials whether or not you’re on the cheapest tier. Beyond that, “everything else will be the same”, according to Kilar’s past statements.
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