Paramount Plus has announced its streaming account pricing options, as well as its official release date, and content line-up…
ViacomCBS has released some details about its soon-to-launch, revamped CBS All Access platform, Paramount+. The rebranding includes more than just a name change. It also includes a lower subscription price, along with a substantial discount (with some stipulations, of course). It’s just the latest streaming service in a growing list and one that boasts some popular names in the entertainment business.
Paramount Plus Reveals Launch Date and Pricing Details
The new Paramount+ streaming service will beat out CBS’s All Access current price of $5.99 per month by a dollar, at $4.99 per month. However, that lower cost comes with ads. To go ad-free, Paramount+ will cost $9.99 per month. But, it’s possible to get a deep discount. Anyone who signs up before March 4th receives a 50% discount, when shelling out for a full year subscription.
Paramount+ will include access to sports, news, and live TV on top of the regular programming available in CBS All Access. Although, the $4.99 plan will not include local CBS stations. But, there are plans to bundle Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, and other ViacomCBS brands, with the new service. The library will contain over 30,000 TV show episodes and more than 2,500 movies.
What’s more, originals will play in 4K, HDR, and Dolby Vision, and Paramount+ will support downloads.