In an effort to compete more aggressively in the streaming wars, Warner Bros. has recently announced that they will be dropping the price on their Max subscription plan with ads. The streaming service, which features original shows and movies as well as Warner Bros. films and television series, will now cost $11.99 per month, down from its earlier $14.99 price tag. The move comes as the streaming landscape continues to get more crowded, with competitors such as Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video vying for customers. By discounting its service, Warner Bros. hopes to appeal to potential subscribers who don’t want to pay a premium for a subscription.
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