Walmart is reportedly building a video streaming service to take on Netflix
The Information reports that retail giant Walmart is thinking about getting into the streaming video business with a new platform – and edge out the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video with cheaper subscriptions. The company is said to be considering offering plans at under $8 a month, along with an ad-supported free tier. That’d come in at less than Netflix’s cheapest plan in the US ($8 a month) and Amazon Prime Video ($8.99 a month). That’s all well and good, but it’s worth noting that Walmart already has a video streaming service: Vudu. It acquired the platform back… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Netflix
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