So many streaming services are bringing downloads back into the game. People are hitting their limits

So many streaming services are bringing downloads back into the game. People are hitting their limits
So many streaming services are bringing downloads back into the game. People are hitting their limits
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Today, in order for a user in the Czech Republic to have access to all major films and series, he would have to subscribe to nine video streaming services and pay almost 2,000 crowns a month for them. People don’t do that and the download rate increases again.

The entire article is taken from AVmania.cz

As a lover of spy films, I recently got the urge to watch all the films in the Mission Impossible series. Revive the old ones and fill in the last two that escaped me. I was convinced they would all be on one video streaming service (VOD). How wrong I was…

I gradually found them scattered across four VODs. That’s a lot of subscription services if one wants to watch one movie series. I subscribe – communally with family and friends – to Neftlix, Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max, sometimes even Voyo, and it still wasn’t enough for me. The last episode was on SkyShowtime.

Gritting my teeth, I downloaded the last part from the Internet. Although downloading movies and music is legal in the Czech Republic, I am not proud of it. I even pay for YouTube Premium to avoid ads and support local creators at the same time. But when you need four streaming services to watch one movie series, even people like me are hitting their limits.

The article is in Czech

Tags: streaming services bringing downloads game People hitting limits

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