Hulu’s live streaming service is reportedly going to start at $35 per month.
Cord Cutter News, as reported by FierceCable.com, obtained a survey Hulu is sending out to some customers saying the basic package would start at $35. There would also be a $50 option to allow streaming on multiple devices.
Both plans would offer 20 hours of DVR storage, according to the report and either live or on-demand access to the four major broadcast networks, including CBS, which has yet to publicly acknowledge any deal with Hulu.
About 80 channels would be included in the $35 package.
Sling TV starts at $20, but doesn’t have live access to broadcast network content.
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