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Our love of streaming movies and TV is becoming more expensive.
We clearly love to stream. As of June, there are 113 million U.S. households accessing streaming services, according to research firm Kantar.
However, the prices to stream our favorite programming continue to rise. Most recently, the Walt Disney Co.y announced earlier this month plans to hike the prices for streaming platforms Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+.
Subscribers to the current Disney+ plan without ads will see the biggest increase, with prices rising $3 from $7.99 a month to $10.99 a month. A basic plan with ads will launch on Dec. 8 at $7.99 monthly.
Earlier this year, Netflix raised prices for its service, which now starts at $9.99, and bumps its popular Standard plan to $15.49 per month. Costs could change again as Netflix explores adding cheaper subscription plans that include ads.
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Why would anyone want to watch that garbage?
What garbage ?
To get indoctrinated!!!
you forgot prime video is free with a prime membership