WarnerMedia's Streaming Service Will Likely Cost $16-$17 Monthly with HBO and Cinemax Bundle
As we’ve already learned, WarnerMedia is planning to launch their own streaming service and today we have some additional information on it to share with you today.
According to a report from the Wall Street Journal, the streaming service will likely cost $16 to $17 dollars a month, which seems pricey compared to other streaming services, but they are looking to bundle it together with HBO and Cinemax.
The WarnerMedia streaming service is said to debut in beta form at the end of 2019. The initial plan was to launch it with three tiers, which included an entry-level movie-focused package; a service with original programming and movies; and one that provided the content in the first two plus a library of WarnerMedia and licensed content. But that three tier plan has been scrapped in favor of this single plan.
If this is actually the plan for the streaming service, I’d be up for it! I already subscribe to HBO, which is $15 a month, so if I can get a whole new streaming service with lots of cool stuff along with HBO and Cinemax for a dollar or two more a month, why wouldn’t I sign up!?