STARZ offers a cheaper alternative to HBO and Showtime for movies through its on-demand TV streaming service. You can get all of its traditionally cable-only content for a fraction of what traditional cable costs, and thankfully, you can even share your account.
We’ve also created a free channel schedule for STARZ that you can browse at any time using almost any device. Let’s explore more about STARZ‘s simultaneous streaming policy.
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How Many Simultaneous Streams Come with STARZ?
With your monthly subscription, you’ll get 4 device streams per account. That means you can stream STARZ on two devices at once at no additional cost.
$5 for 3 Months
$8.99 / month
Hit movies and series
4 simultaneous streams
Can I Upgrade STARZ and Get More Streams?
If you want to increase the total number of streams per account, you’ll need to pay for another account.
However, if you sign up for STARZ through a service that offers more simultaneous streams as part of its service package, you might be able to get more simultaneous streams. There’s no guarantee that that will work, but you may be able to give it a try by adding STARZ as an add-on to another streaming service, like Sling TV, Philo, or Hulu + Live TV.
What Devices Can I Use to Watch STARZ?
Considering making the stand-alone STARZ service part of your weekly TV binge? You can stream STARZ on the following popular devices:
- Apple TV
- Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick
- Android and iOS tablets
- Amazon Fire tablets
- Smart TVs
- Android and iOS devices
- Xbox One and One S consoles
The list is a bit more extensive, and there are some device limitations. For more information, check our detailed STARZ device support guide.
Sam Cook is a full-time content strategist by day, a part-time freelance content writer since 2015. In another life, he was a high school English teacher for nearly a decade. Based in sunny New Orleans, he writes long-form educational content on technology, including Insurtech, Fintech, HRtech, and content streaming. He loves whittling down complex ideas within these areas that make decisions easier for buyers. When he’s not reading books with his son Miles and playing video games with the family, you can find him immersed in his growing collection of Euro-style board games.