Paramount plus packages that are supported by advertisements will see cut prices starting on June 7. One catch for price cuts is that it removes direct CBS programming. The package will be renamed “Paramount + Essential.” Changes will not affect customers on paramount plus services that exist at $ 5.99 per month.
Users who previously subscribed to grandpa and locked to the level of service of the past. The only thing they will change is if they cancel and subscribe after 7 June changes in the service instead of total surprises, Paramount Plus mention the upcoming changes when launched.
Grandpa users will continue to get a plan with limited ads of $ 5.99 per month. At that level, they get content that is on demand and CBS live station. Users who have been on the fence about the subscription can continue to reach the agreement until June 7, the new important plan will cost $ 4.99 per month and will be supported when displaying request content.
The new plan began after June 7. Commercial free plans at $ 9.99 per month will continue to offer access to content that is on demand, direct CBS stations, and only display ads on TV shows and select. Paramount Plus says that TV flow will directly make ads added to the same as you see on ordinary broadcasts.
The network also notes that some streaming programs will have a promotional interruption that tells observers about future programming. The change reduces the price of one dollar per month, which is not significant for most people, but the loss of the ability to watch direct sports can be a big problem for some people. If access to direct exercise is important to you, you must subscribe in the next few days.