How many streaming services do you have?

Hikergirl

DIS Veteran
Joined
Feb 28, 2016
Netflix
Disney+
Prime
Hulu- agreed to pay for a month. I don't think I'm keeping it, looking at Sling instead
 

karen4546

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jun 3, 2012
We have Directv. included with that HBOMax, Starz, Showtime, etc

CBS all access (I have re-watched several BIG BROTHER seasons)
Hulu (Harlots was really good- I hope it renews)
Amazon Prime (mostly for 2 day delivery but I have 3 Smart/Fire tvs and 3 that I have the Fire tv stick)
Disney+ (3 years with one being free from Verizon Wireless)
Netflix
MoviesAnywhere (where I add my digital codes)

Weird that we have all those and "normally" we only watch maybe an hour or two each day.
I do share my logins with one of my daughters.
 

kdonnel

DVC-BCV
Joined
Feb 1, 2001
I pay for YouTube TV.

I get Netflix and HBO Max for free.

I share YouTubeTV with my father-in-law and he shares his Disney+ in return.
 
  • Renarr

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Feb 2, 2020
    No cable premiums here. Right now, we're running:

    Disney+
    Hulu
    Amazon Prime (more for the delivery than the streaming)
    Netflix
    CBS All Access
    one of the Hallmark ones (guess who's not watching that one? 🤣 )

    We're normally pretty avid movie-goers during more normal times, and so we added the last two during the closure. Based on viewing habits and what not, we might keep CBS All Access, especially if its overhaul makes it a deeper platform, but I'm guessing Hallmark goes by the wayside.
     

    amylevan

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Aug 31, 2005
    Prime
    Netflix
    Hulu
    Disney + (although it was free this year from Verizon)

    We still pay for cable tv.

    And we also pay for Sirius satellite radio.

    That’s a lot of money for entertainment.
     
  • Hook326

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Aug 19, 2011
    We have:

    Netflix ($12.99/month)
    Hulu ($1.99/month)
    Apple TV (free for a year with iPad purchase)
    Disney+ (free for a year with Verizon)

    we don’t have any cable, just an antenna. We tend to try different plans for their free periods to see if we would like it. We just did a week of hbo and binged the Watchmen but didn’t really see anything else we would buy it for. We’ve also done the free trial of CBS All Access and there wasn’t anything to make us pay for that either.

    The only one I want to try but haven’t yet is amazon because there are some shows I’m interested in on there.
     

    Moliphino

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Jun 29, 2016
    At this point just Disney+. I'll have to get Netflix for a month when the new season of The Witcher comes out, but I'll cancel after the month is up.
     

    MIGrandma

    Lives in the middle-of-the-mitten.
    Joined
    Aug 12, 2009
    Hulu - had DirecTV for many years, went downhill when AT&T bought it, especially customer service. We are saving $100/month now.

    Netflix

    Amazon Prime
     
  • Praying Colonel

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Aug 16, 2004
    I found out last night that our AT&T Internet gets us HBO Max for free, so I added it. Lots of good stuff, especially through its partnership with TCM.

    So now we have

    HBO Max
    AT&T TV
    Netflix
    Amazon Prime video
    PBS (we pay the $5/month subscriber contribution and get access to stuff they close out after a couple of weeks)
    Starz (for DW's Outlander--we're cancelling that until next season)
     

    Uncle Coaster

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Mar 15, 2018
    Netflix
    Prime
    WWE
    MLB
    Pluto (free)

    Still have a cable subscription, which I rarely watch but others in the household do. I am probably dropping Netflix soon.
     

    wenrob

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Apr 14, 2008
    We have Directv. included with that HBOMax, Starz, Showtime, etc

    CBS all access (I have re-watched several BIG BROTHER seasons)
    Hulu (Harlots was really good- I hope it renews)
    Amazon Prime (mostly for 2 day delivery but I have 3 Smart/Fire tvs and 3 that I have the Fire tv stick)
    Disney+ (3 years with one being free from Verizon Wireless)
    Netflix
    MoviesAnywhere (where I add my digital codes)

    Weird that we have all those and "normally" we only watch maybe an hour or two each day.
    I do share my logins with one of my daughters.
    Movies Anywhere is not a subscription service. It’s more like a storage area to keep your digital content. Those movies are yours (within the terms and conditions blah, blah) to watch any time you want.
    3 video:

    Netflix
    Amazon Prime
    DisneyPlus

    2 audio:
    Spotify
    Pocket Casts Plus
    I pay for GooglePlay Family. It was the best deal at the time and makes YouTube ad free. My younger kids have never owned any kind of physical music media or even MP3s. I’m guessing they’ll want something better later on but I’ll keep paying for GooglePlay. YouTube without ads is gold.
     

    easyas123

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    May 4, 2018
    We have Directv (although no HBO/Showtime), which is expensive, but I like it.
    I have Prime for shipping - don't really ever remember to watch TV/movies with it though.
    Did have CBS all access for Picard, but canceled once it was over.
    Had Netflix, but never watched it, so canceled.
    Considering getting my husband a outdoor movie projector for Fathers Day, so I'm thinking we are going to have to get some sorta service that the projector can "talk to" for watching movies- I'm not terribly technical though so I gotta figure out how all that works!
     

    spiders

    DIS Veteran
    Joined
    Oct 19, 2019
    Considering getting my husband a outdoor movie projector for Fathers Day, so I'm thinking we are going to have to get some sorta service that the projector can "talk to" for watching movies- I'm not terribly technical though so I gotta figure out how all that works!
    We have a projector and screen we use to watch movies in the backyard. You can just get an extra Roku or Firestick to plug into the projector or just pull the Roku or Firestick out of your TV and bring it outside. The cheapest Roku's & Firesticks do not have voice so make sure you get a better one (Like the $40 vs. the $30 one).

    Back to topic...

    Prime, Disney, Netflix, CBS

    Back off topic...

    By the way, one of the things that a lot of people seem to not know about with Prime is the photo storage. Free, unlimited full resolution storage. It's fantastic. Videos are limited to 5GB but for like $20-30 a year you can get 100GB and then it's like $50 for 1TB. Anyway, I've got a ton of photos backed up on Amazon and all I do is open the app and let it upload.
     

    TippyThomas

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Dec 27, 2019
    Netflix
    Prime
    Hulu

    I have limited internet options living in an RV so I usually download a bunch of shows when I have access and watch them later. It's worked for me for a couple years now.
     

    MGMmjl

    Mouseketeer
    Joined
    Oct 5, 2018
    Netflix
    Disney+
    Prime

    We also have a limited cable subscription with just a few channels we receive on the Charter Spectrum app.
     





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