Paramount+ is the all-new replacement for CBS All Access, which was phased out in March 2021. It has all the same content as CBS All Access, along with a ton of new originals, as well as shows and movies from other CBSViacom networks like Nickelodeon, Smithsonian Channel, and MTV. Wondering how many simultaneous streams you can get with Paramount+? Let’s get into the details.
How Many Simultaneous Streams Come with Paramount+?
Paramount+ allows users to stream on 3 devices at once with no other limitations, just like CBS All Access. This is true of both the ad-supported Paramount+ plan and the premium, ad-free Paramount+ plan.
If you’re streaming on too many devices at once, you’ll be blocked from opening any additional Paramount+ streams until someone stops using the service.
Can I Upgrade Paramount+ and Get More Streams?
No. You can only stream on 3 devices at a time, no matter what. The only way to get more than 3 streams is to purchase another separate Paramount+ subscription. Still, though, the 3-device limit should be fine for most families and households.
What Devices Can I Use to Watch Paramount+?
Paramount+ supports pretty much all major streaming devices like iOS and Android, web browsers, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Roku, Apple TV, gaming consoles from Xbox and PlayStation, and even some smart TVs. Click here for a full breakdown of Paramount+ device support.
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