Entertainment company Warner Bros. Discovery integrates HBO Max and Discovery+ streaming services. The combined service should appear in the United States in the summer of 2023, followed by relocation to other countries.
HBO Max and Discovery +
HBO Max debuted this year in the Netherlands, but starting next year there have already been major changes to the program. Discovery+ is part of the same parent company as HBO Max and thus follows the decision to unite both services. This news comes from David Zaslav, CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, when announcing New quarterly numbers. And of course, the combined service should make a bigger grip against competitors like Disney+ and Netflix.
It is not yet known what the consequences of the merger will be on customers of Discovery+ and HBO Max in the Netherlands. In the US, there will be a transition period next year where customers will be able to watch all Discovery+ content on HBO Max and vice versa. In 2024, services will also be integrated in the Netherlands.
Then there is the issue of the discount for HBO Max customers in the Netherlands. At the launch of the streaming service this spring, it immediately offered a solid 50 percent discount that could be applied “for life.” It remains to be seen whether the discount will remain if the service is combined with Discovery+. Androidworld has asked HBO Max for a response and we’ll update this article as it comes in.
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Currently, HBO Max and Discovery+ together have 92.1 million subscribers worldwide. Still, Warner Bros. A discovery that grows strong by 2025 thanks to the integrated service. There should be 130 million subscribers. The company is also considering a cheaper plan for its services, which come with ads. In the United States there is currently an advertising subscription to HBO Max.
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