Even before Paramount + replaced CBS All Access in March, ViacomCBS said the $ 10 per month streaming service would be added a new, cheaper option in June. Now that June is here, Android Police and Tom’s tool point out this FAQ live on the Paramount + site which explains the new Essential plan will be available starting June 7th.
The cheapest option available with “Limited Advertising” for $ 6 a month will go, so if you want to subscribe then you will need to register before the 7th. One of the reasons you may want to do this is that, unlike the new Essential plan, it includes access to live broadcasts from your local CBS station, and as long as your subscription is active, you will continue to stay on top. .
Needless to say, the new $ 5 per month or $ 50 per year Essential Plan promises the following:
Stream with limited commercial interruptions
Watch 30,000+ episodes, movies and originals on demand
Stream NFL on CBS and Champions League live
Get 24/7 national news with CBSN
On the other hand, the more expensive version it is always available for $ 10 per month or $ 100 per year that allows users to download content for offline viewing, and (with the exception of some shows and live broadcasts) without advertising.
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