CBS All Access is dead, and taking its place is Paramount+, which combines all the content that was available on CBS All Access with a wide variety of additional content from ViacomCBS channels like Nickelodeon, MTV, BET, Comedy Central and Smithsonian Channel, as well as more Paramount+ Originals.
So how much does Paramount+ cost? What packages are available, and what price will you pay to enjoy this latest streaming service? Find out now in this guide from Flixed.
Paramount+ With Commercials – $5.99/month
On a budget? Then we’ve got good news. You can get Paramount+ for just $5.99/month for the base-tier plan, which includes access to its 30,000+ TV episodes and 2,500+ movies, as well as a CBS live stream.
This Paramount+ plan is cheaper because it’s supported with commercials, similarly to Hulu. it’s important to note, though, that in June of 2021, this plan will drop to $4.99/month and also remove the CBS live stream.
Paramount+ Without Commercials – $9.99/month
Similarly to the old CBS All Access Plan, you can pay a premium for Paramount+ to get an ad-free viewing experience. If you choose this plan, you will never have to watch a single commercial while watching on-demand content.
However, live content like a CBS live stream will still have commercials, as you’d expect. This Paramount+ plan is definitely a better option if you have a bit more money to spend and want a smoother viewing experience that won’t be interrupted by ads every 15-20 minutes.
Paramount+ Add-Ons & Extras
Currently, there is no way to add more content or extras to Paramount+. What you see is what you get, with no add-ons, hidden fees, or extras available. So sign up now for a free week-long trial, and see if Paramount+ is a good addition to your favorite cord-cutting services.
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