Streaming: How much are you prepared to pay each month?

• Mediaweek has compiled this list of all the streaming options in the Australian market.

With the launch of Apple TV+ this week and then Disney+ in mid-November, potential subscribers will be weighing up their monthly entertainment budgets.

Mediaweek has compiled this list of all the streaming options in the Australian market. You want them all – it will cost you just over $300 a month!

NEW

Apple TV+ $8
“Free” if you are recent owner of Apple device.

Disney+ $9
Launching November 19.

FREE:
iview
7plus
9Now
10play
SBS on demand
Tubi
Ad supported. For more see here.

Kanopy
Documentaries, classic cinema and indie films available for free via public and university libraries.

SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES

• (all prices monthly, prices rounded to nearest dollar)

Foxtel
Subscriptions start from $25 for Foxtel Now with 25 channels
Platinum Plus package is $139

Netflix
$10 – $20

Stan
$10 – $17

Kayo
Sports on demand and live for $25

Optus Sport
If not a qualifying Optus customer, $15

Fetch
Comes bundled with some broadband plans. Channel packages start at $6, $20 if you want the Ulitmate collection. Extra charges also for special interest channels.

Hayu
Reality on demand for $7

Amazon Prime Video
With Prime free delivery from Amazon $7

10 All Access
$10

Acorn TV
$7

YouTube Premium
Packaged with music subscription $15

iwonder
A documentary and current affairs streaming service, with feature
film documentaries and factual content all on one platform $7

Doc Play
$7

Crunchyroll
Claims the world’s largest destination for anime and manga, $8

AnimeLab
In addition to premium level there is an ad-supported free option with limited selection and lower res broadcast, $8

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