If you’re a Go5G Next subscriber, you can tap into this offering by visiting the T-Mobile Phone Plan Benefits, Customer Discounts, and Perks page on January 24. There will be more details at that time on how to redeem the "Hulu on Us" offer.
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Mike Katz, T-Mobile president of marketing, strategy and products, said in a statement that those services add up to more than $400 a year in streaming benefits "at no extra cost.”
As a standalone service, Hulu's ad-supported plan would run you $7.99 per month, or $79.99 per year. Students can get this monthly plan for $1.99, if eligible, Hulu said. The standalone ad-free Hulu plan costs $17.99 per month.
The Walt Disney Company implemented a Hulu and Disney Plus price hike last August. The move was soon followed by other rivals including Apple TV+, Discovery+ and Netflix. Amazon Prime Video also began charging $2.99 per month this year to watch its programing without commercials.
In addition, T-Mobile and other wireless carriers have been partnering with streaming services. These include Verizon, which partnered with Netflix and Warner Bros. Discovery in December to offer an ad-supported Netflix and Max streaming bundle for $10 per month.
That was Verizon's second bundle in its lineup, as it already offered a Disney bundle that includes Disney Plus, Hulu and ESPN+, which gives eligible customers access to all five streaming services for $20 per month.
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