The cost of living is going up, and we are all starting to feel the pinch. With oil prices on the rise, which is affecting food and goods prices and Netflix set to increase its prices once more on the 20th May something has got to give.
Basic and standard price plans for Netflix are set to rise from £6.99 and £10.00 with a premium account costing £15.99. It was only last year that the subscription prices rose.
The streaming giant has blamed its upcoming roster of Original productions for the increase, following a string of star-studded films such as Red Notice, The Power of the Dog and Don’t Look Up.
With other streaming platforms like Disney+ increasing their prices from £5.99 to £7.99 a month for its UK customers there must be an alternative for those feeling the pinch.
Welcome Amazon Freevee, formerly known as Amazon’s free TV service launched in 2019 and found on the Amazon-owned IMDB film website. It rebranded to the newly named Amazon Freevee and offers free TV series to stream like Bruno, Sinbad, Bosch: Legacy and Hell’s Kitchen, as well as films and documentaries.
Perfect for those who don’t want to, or can’t afford to pay Netflix subscription fees, Amazon Freevee Amazon Freevee is an ad-supported video-on-demand, which is a great alternative offering to consumers – not to be confused with Amazon Prime Video, which costs £7.99 a month.
Visit the new Amazon Freevee streaming platform here.