Verizon is gearing up to launch a discounted streaming bundle that combines ad-supported subscriptions for Netflix and Max. It will cost you only $9.99/month, as reported by the Wall Street Journal (via Reuters). This is a $7/month discount compared to the respective separate subscriptions.
Verizon will offer a Netflix and Max bundle for just $9.99/month
The new bundle may be announced in the coming weeks if the reports come true. If so, then the bundle will be available to Verizon customers who subscribe to one of its myPlan wireless plans.
Notably, this is the first time that Verizon is rolling out a bundle of the ad-supported tiers of Netflix and Max. What remains under the wraps right now is the potential revenue share between these entities, the Reuters report also added.
How much do these services cost separately?
Without the Verizon bundle, Netflix costs $6.99/month and Max costs $9.99/month. So, when combined, the two services would cost you around $16.98/month.
Netflix will eventually roll out a feature where if you binge-watch three consecutive episodes, the fourth episode comes ad-free. It sure will catch the attention of the binge-watchers.
It is still too early to say what the future holds for the Verizon Streaming Bundle. However, if it is successful, Verizon could add other streaming services to the bundle, such as Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and Paramount+. Verizon could also consider offering different tiers of the bundle with different pricing and channel options. Regardless of any situation, it is still a win-win for customers and most importantly, binge-watchers!
You should look into +play
The launch of this new bundle hints that Verizon really wants to be a hub to watch your favorite streaming services. The company has already launched its own streaming platform, +Play, which offers a variety of streaming services from different providers. If you’re a Verizon customer, then you should look into this service.
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