How Much Are You Paying for Streaming Services?

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Here's a breakdown of the pricing of some of the most popular streaming services available.

Netflix

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If you're looking to add a basic plan for Netflix  (NFLX) - Get Report it'll cost you: $8.99 a month. According to Netflix, its basic this plan lets you stream TV shows and movies from Netflix on one singular device at a time in standard definition. As for its monthly standard fee of $12.99, Netflix allows the user to stream TV shows and movies from Netflix on two devices at the same time and in high definition when available. Its premium plans comes at a monthly price of $15.99 and allows the user to stream TV shows and movies from Netflix on four devices at the same time. If available this plan will also showcase their films and shows in high definition and ultra high definition. 

Hulu

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Hulu has become Netflix's most formidable competitors over the years. Their basic plan comes at a slightly lower price of $5.99 a month. This plan includes the addition of ads being played throughout shows and films on the app. By upgrading to the premium monthly fee of $11.99, customers will be able to enjoy the programming of Hulu's services, minus the addition of commercials.

Amazon

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As for Amazon  (AMZN) - Get Report Prime Video, if users simply interested in purchasing Amazon Prime Video, it will cost a month fee of $8.99. This price may vary depending on if the customer is already a member of Amazon Prime in which case the price becomes a monthly fee of 12.99 a month. 

These are far from the only streaming services taking a chunk out of your paycheck, here's a full breakdown of streaming service prices.

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