When it comes to video streaming services, there are a lot of options to choose from. They are the digital gadgets of the new generation which allow us to blend into the digital world of entertainment. But which ones are the best video streaming services that you should subscribe to in 2019? Well, we did the digging & here’s what we recommend.
Best Video Streaming Services – 2019 List
These are the best video streaming services that you should be considering in 2019,
Plans: $8.99 (Basic, SD), 12.99 (Standard, HD), 15.99 (Premium, HD & UHD)
Who doesn’t love Netflix? They have amazing original movies & web series of their own that are super popular. Alongside that, they also have the biggest library of TV shows & movies from all around the world. They’re available almost everywhere around the world excluding China, North Korea & some other countries. The US pricing starts at $8.99/month which gives access to the entire library but in SD. If you want HD, you have to go with the $12.99/month plan and if you have like a 4K TV or something, you can go with the $15.99 plan.
Amazon Prime Video
Plans: $8.99/month (Prime Video, HD), $12.99/month (Prime Video, Prime Music, Prime Delivery & other Amazon Prime benefits), $119/year (Prime Video, Prime Music, Prime Delivery & other Amazon Prime benefits)
The next best option would be Amazon Prime Video. Their library is not as big as Netflix but, they still have a lot of movies, TV, youtube mp3 & Originals to go with. the biggest advantage will be the Pricing here. Amazon Prime Video also starts at $8.99 per month but, in this case, you get HD support. Their $12.99/month plan includes Prime Video but, also includes all the other Amazon Prime services including Prime Music Prime Reading, Prime Delivery & more. Amazon also has a yearly plan ($119) which unfortunately Netflix doesn’t offer. So, if you want something other than Netflix at a more reasonable price or you also want to have music streaming in the same plan, you’re better off with Amazon Prime Video.
Plans: $5.99 (Streaming, Limited Ads), $11.99 (Streaming, No ads), $44.99 (Streaming+TV, Limited Ads)
Hulu also has a great library, a ton of movies, exclusive shows & originals. If you’re okay with a few ads then Hulu might be good for you. Their plans start at $5.99 with HD support which is the cheapest in the bunch. However, you’ll see a few ads then & now. If you want to remove the ads, you need to pay $11.99 instead which is still less than the Netflix Standard Pack by $1 but, Netflix does have a better library. So, it’s up to you if you want to save that $1 or not. They also have a $44.99/month plan that includes their streaming service & TV so, that might be a good value for some people. Also, in these plans, HBO, Starz, Cinemax, etc. are not included. If you want these you can add them to your plan as add-ons.
There is one streaming service that many of you might not be aware of but, it’s definitely great. So, we’re including it here,
Plans (US): $19.99/month (Premium, HD), $99.99/year (Premium, HD)
Plans (India): ₹365/year (VIP, HD), ₹999/year (Premium, HD)
If you’re here from India or you’re an Indian living in the US, Hotstar is probably the best option for you. It has a lot of Indian content including TV Shows, Movies & Originals. The movies & shows are from multiple languages so, you’ll probably find content in your regional language there. It also has a lot of English content including shows from HBO, Star World, The CW & a lot more, and also a lot of movies from big franchises including Disney plus account, Marvel Studios, Fox, Sony & a lot more. Their monthly plan costs $19.99 which is a bit too much but if you go for the $99.99 yearly plan that one’s kinda worth it.
That’s it. Let us know which streaming service did you end up subscribing to in the comment section below. In case you have any questions, please drop them in the comments section as well.