Cord-Cutters Beware: New Streamers Could Cost Almost as Much as Cable | Chart

”A bundle of services that’s easy to use will be a driver of how many providers viewers are willing to sign up for,“ Hub Research Group Principal Analyst Jon Giegengack says

The good news for TV and movie junkies: There are new, major streaming services popping up. The bad news? It’s getting more expensive to keep up.

That much is clear, after Apple unveiled the $4.99 price tag for its upcoming streaming service, Apple TV+, last week. The service will debut on Nov. 1, less than two weeks before Disney’s much-hyped offering, the $6.99 per month Disney+, is set to launch.

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Sean Burch

Tech reporter • sean.burch@thewrap.com • @SeanB44