Ready to boost your internet speed with RTC Communications and leave video buffering behind for good? Here’s a look at just a few of the best options for streaming entertainment.
Netflix for Series TV Bingers
A pioneer in made-for-streaming television, Netflix owns the largest TV catalog of the top video sites. It’s the go-to spot for devouring episode after episode of original hits including Stranger Things, Ozark, and Orange is the New Black. All titles stream in both Dolby Vision and HDR10, with the premium plan that costs $11.99 per month.
Amazon for Frugal Film Buffs
Do you prefer movies more than episodic TV? Amazon Prime is for you! With more than 10,000 HDR10+ films, Amazon warehouses more flicks than any other streaming site. By comparison, Netflix offers around 4,000 movies. Amazon is also one of the least expensive options, costing $119 per year (which is $9.92 per month). Students only pay $59 per year!
Google, Apple, and Vudu for Non-Committals
Don’t want to plunk down monthly or annual fees? Stream HDR programs on a per-title basis.
Google Play has tons of HDR videos on demand. Beyond Hollywood movies, Google offers content from streaming services, including Amazon and cable channels such as HBO and Showtime. Most rentals cost $2.99 or $3.99.
With a large library of film and TV titles in Dolby Vision, Vudu is another good pay-per-view choice. Prepare to spend between $0.99 and $5.99 per title. If you don’t mind commercials, you can watch free films in Vudu’s Movies On Us section.
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