Streaming customers can bundle subscriptions to Paramount+ and Showtime under a new plan offered Tuesday by ViacomCBS Inc.
Starting today, the two services can be bundled for $9.99 a month with ads for Paramount+, or ad-free for $12.99 a month. Without the bundle, subscribing to both would normally cost about $16 with ads, and $21 without ads.
The $12.99 “premium” plan also includes support for 4K, HDR, Dolby Vision, mobile downloads, and livestreams of CBS affiliates in more than 200 U.S. markets.
said the bundle is a limited offer, but did not say how long it will be available.
Paramount+ offers content from CBS and Viacom cable channels, such as BET, Comedy Central, MTV and Nickelodeon, as well as live sports, original series and an extensive library of movies. Showtime’s streaming service has content from the premium cable channel, featuring original movies and series, live sports and specials, and box-office hit movies.
Paramount+, which rebranded from CBS All Access earlier this year, had more than 42 million subscribers as of the end of the second quarter.