People are confused with Max’s Ultimate Ad-free
Max Streaming Service has recently unveiled its pricing structure, which consists of three different tiers: ad-supported, ad-free, and ultimate ad-free.
However, there seems to be some confusion among consumers regarding the difference between the ad-free and ultimate ad-free options. Many individuals have expressed their bewilderment and are questioning what precisely the ultimate ad-free tier entails.
Warner Bros. Discovery made a significant announcement on Wednesday, revealing the launch of their rebranded streaming service called “Max.” This new platform combines content from the original HBO Max and Discovery+ services and will be available to consumers starting on May 23. There are three pricing tiers: $15.99 per month ($149.99/year) for the ad-free version, $9.99 per month ($99.99/year) for the ad-supported version, and a third “ultimate” ad-free version with 4K UHD resolution, 100 offline downloads, and Dolby Atmos sound available for $19.99 per month ($199.99/year).
During the event held at the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, JB Perrette, President and CEO of Streaming and Games at WBD, shared that Max will offer personalized recommendations to users across platforms once they finish watching a TV show or film. This feature was previously only available on the HBO Max home page. Additionally, app and video start times are expected to be faster by 20-30%, depending on the device, which is aimed to address the glitchiness that viewers previously faced on the HBO Max platform.
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