Sony’s streaming TV service, PlayStation Vue, is raising costs yet again. Each PlayStation Vue multi-channel plan goes up in price by $5 USD.
Those who are existing subscribers will not be charged further till their first billing cycle begins after July 31. New clients pay higher prices now.
PlayStation Vue general manager Dwayne Benefield stated in a blog post that prices are going up in response to the rising annual costs of available content. “We continuously consider every deal to make sure we proceed to deliver the content you need whereas considering the overall value of each package,” he said.
Benefield also mentioned that Sony is remaining with PlayStation Vue with the ambition of making it “the premier destination for live TV streaming.”
PlayStation Vue, which is only available in the United States, features packages that include main channels such as HBO, ESPN,HBO, the NFL Network, and HGTV, along with greater than 650 local stations depending on the place you live.
That is simply the most recent value hike for PlayStation Vue. Sony additionally raised PlayStation Vue pricing by $5 a year in the past this month. According to Variety, the newest value enhance is because of Sony reaching new licensing offers with NBCUniversal, AMC Networks, WarnerMedia, and Discovery.
With the brand new price enhance, the base-stage Access bundle is now $50 per month; the Core package is now $55, the Elite subscription is $55, and the Ultra package is $85.