Service considering premium price tier
Is there a way to get Hulu without commercials? Not yet but it may happen. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Hulu could begin offering its streaming service without commercials for those willing to pay a premium for the option. A repeated complaint about Hulu, which provides a metric ton of TV content from across a wide range of networks and production companies, is that the service uses advertisements. The commercial free service could cost between 12-14 dollars a month. So if people are willing to nearly double the price they pay for the service they can avoid the 3-4 short commercial breaks that typically accompany a feature on the streaming channel they will finally be able to see content commercial free. Would you pay for the service at that price? Tell us in the comments section at the bottom of the page.