Platforms for over a decade streamingLed by Netflix, the company has completely taken over the audiovisual distribution market, crowding out rental sites, DVDs and, some would say, television itself.
Additionally, Netflix announced that it will increase subscription prices starting December 1, 2023, so that the basic plan in Colombia will increase from $16,900 to $23,900, the standard plan from $26,900 to $34,900, and the premium from $38,900 to $49,900.
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This news left many content consumers Look for alternatives to watch your favorite audiovisual content without paying exorbitant prices. This is where new platforms come in that take the problem into account and implement other forms of financing. tubi.
Tubi is a service streamingIt belongs to Fox Corporation and is completely free and legal.. It’s free because it finances its content through advertising, which may be boring for some, but it’s a great alternative for those looking to save money.
However, it should be noted that Tubi services not yet available in Colombia. However, if you live in the United States, for example, you can download the Tubi app directly from the Play Store or App Store.
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There are also free services for Colombia, focusing mainly on Latin American cinema. great example Latin Retina, Created by the alliance between the ministries of culture of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay, it is a platform where you can find many Latin feature films and short films completely free of charge.
Another free option that focuses mainly on national content is RTVC Play, service streaming by Signal ColombiaYou’ll find TV series, documentaries, fiction films and even transmedia content made by Colombians.
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