Paramount+, the streaming platform of the company ViacomCBS Networks Americas, was officially launched this Thursday for Colombia, Mexico, Argentina and 15 other countries in Latin America, as well as for the United States and Canada.
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The service includes series and films from the brands that are part of the media conglomerate, among which are the channels MTV, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Paramount Network, Comedy Central, Showtime and Telefé, as well as the production companies Paramount Pictures and CBS Studios.
People wishing to purchase the service can go to ParamountPlus.com and access a seven-day free trial, after which the monthly subscription price will be charged, which varies by country.
The value for Colombia, for now, was set at a single rate of $ 13,900 per month. In addition to the platform’s website, users will be able to access via mobile TV devices connected through the Paramount + application, available for iOS and Android operating systems.
Local Rates in other countries in the region are: 79 pesos (Mexico), 299 pesos (Argentina), 19.9 reais (Brazil); 3,199 pesos (Chile), 14.90 soles (Peru); 34,400 Bolivians (Bolivia); $ 4.99 (Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador and Panama); 28,900 guaranies (Paraguay) and 159 pesos (Uruguay).
As indicated from the platform’s help service, Paramount + can be used “on any number of devices”; however, if there may be a specific restriction of simultaneous reproductions “at any time”.
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