Hulu ends its free streaming service.
Hulu is loved by hundreds of users all around the globe due to its free streaming services that can be obtained pretty easily. Users can watch various series, live shows and news channels on Hulu just by logging in to the application from their computer or mobile phones.
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Speculations were made about the service to start charging all customers. It looks like the rumors were true and Hulu has announced that it will be ending its free streaming services from now on.
Users who would like to keep using this service will have to pay a service fee in order to get the streaming done for them, according to Variety. They will be offered many packages and plans according to their needs.
Hulu used to work on the ad-supported service through which it was gaining money and offering service to its customers from the past 9 years. However it is now going to sign a contract with Yahoo through which it is going to expand its distribution deal with the company.
They are launching Yahoo-View which will be a new ad-supported streaming website. This website will make the new episodes available for free streaming eight days after the original air date. It will showcase series from ABC, Fox and NBC.
Along with that it will provide the Korean drama series and Manga series for users too. On the other hand the original Hulu free service will be stopped for a few week effective immediately.
Hulu Senior VP Ben Smith said that Hulu was considering to launch the subscription service from the past many years. It is time that they have launched one.
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It will offer exclusive viewing, new original experiences and easy accessibility to viewers.
Two subscriptions of $7.99 per month and $11.9 per month without advertisement will be available.