Pricing of AT&T’s streaming services

AT&T’s (T) WarnerMedia’s planned streaming service is set to cost $16–$17 per month, somewhat pricey compared with other new over-the-top offerings. Disney’s streaming service, Disney+, is set to launch on November 12 and cost as low as $6.99 per month, and Comcast’s streaming product set to cost ~$12 per month for users who do not have a cable subscription. Netflix’s basic plan starts at $8.99 per month, Amazon Prime is available at $12.99 per month, HBO Now is available for $14.99 per month, and YouTube TV costs $49.99 per month. Apple has not disclosed its streaming service’s pricing.

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WarnerMedia’s service is set to roll out in late 2019 and challenge established rivals Netflix and Amazon and new entrants Walt Disney, Apple, and Comcast’s NBCUniversal in the video-on-demand space with its content.

The AT&T-owned company, which includes HBO, Warner Bros., and the Turner family of cable channels, is expected to deliver a lineup of studio-driven movies and TV shows including Harry Potter, The Conjuring, and Game of Thrones. AT&T’s TNT holdings would add sci-fi and fantasy series such as Snowpiercer, The Alienist, and The Last Ship.

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