Hulu drops price to lure new customers

Hulu drops price to lure new customers

Hulu's offer is worthy to be taken into consideration, especially after Netflix announced last week it will be bumping up the price of its standard plan from $9.99 to $10.99 a month and premium plan from $11.99 to $13.99 a month. This plan includes commercials so you will have to put up with ads, just so you are warned.

Many of these shows were also produced or carried by Hulu's owners-Walt Disney, Comcast, 21st Century Fox, and Time Warner.

Beyond Hulu's entry-level option with limited commercials, the company also offers a No Commercials streaming plan for $12 per month. Hulu's biggest breakout original so far is The Handmaid's Tale, which won the streaming service its first Emmy (and several Emmys) last month.

With the return of your favorite fall TV shows and discovering new ones to add to your list, you may be looking for a streaming service to help you watch TV when you want to.

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Hulu's basic package comes with ads, but if you can't stand such interruptions, there's an ad-free option for $12 a month - there's now no special offer attached to this tier. The first 30 days come free as part of a trial period, so you can even ditch the service after a month and pay nothing if it's not to your liking.

A Hulu rep said the company's new promo is meant to draft off the fall 2017 TV season, and has nothing to do with the recent Netflix pricing actions.

Hulu offers major existing shows, as well as cancelled series, movies, and original content.

You can snag other Hulu subscriptions if you're interested in catching up on some Bob's Burgers, but you won't find any pricing deals.

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