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If there’s one thing the world needs right now it’s more content. Between Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and the countless other streaming services to emerge in recent years, TV and movie fans have reached a point where it’s downright impossible to keep up with everything, but don’t get your hopes up that it’s all gonna slow down anytime soon. According to a report in The Information, Walmart is considering a move into the subscription video service with a low-cost streaming option intended to rival Netflix and Amazon.
The outlet cites anonymous sources with the intel, and reportedly the service could be less than $8 a month — a total which would put its monthly rate below both Netflix ($8-14/month) and Amazon Prime ($8.99/month). However, the retail giant is also still considering an ad-supported free service as well. Walmart already has an established digital streaming service with Vudu, which offers thousands of titles to buy or rent and an ad-suported...
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