Latest news! Paramount+ in Mexico and Brazil, Netflix prices increase in Argentina and more

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Highlights in North America


In February Starz announced a partnership with Amazon to offer MGM+ on Prime Video in the United States. This subscription package, combining entertainment options of both services is already on the platform, at a saving value of USD 11.99 per month, which represents a 20% discount compared to individual subscription prices. In addition, a combined HBO Max and Cinemax package is also available at a promotional price of USD 20.99.

At the beginning of the second half of the month we found an important update of Showtime. The popular streaming platform has decided to change its free trial offer from 30 to 7 days for users in the United States.


From early April in the US, the NFL Sunday Ticket and NFL Sunday Ticket + NFL RedZone packages are available at a promotional value of USD 289 and USD 249 respectively when subscribing via YouTube TV before June 6. These prepaid packages allow you to watch NFL Sunday games that start in September and don’t air on local channels in your area.

Highlights in Europe

After March 31, Lionsgate+ has been deactivated in several European countries, including Italy, France, the Netherlands and some of the Nordic countries.

News in Latin America

Starting April 18, Paramount+ raises its prices and launches a mobile plan in Mexico and Brazil. The streaming platform includes among its subscription options a basic plan exclusively for use through mobile devices. And now, the monthly plan is renamed Standard, increasing its value. Both plans offer the annual subscription option and also feature a 7-day free trial.

BRL 14,9 / month – BRL 133,9 / annual 

BRL 19,9 / month – BRL 178,9 / annual 


MXN 79 / month – MXN 709/ annual

MXN 109 / month – MXN 979 /annual

In addition, we inform you that from 31 March the Pay TV service of TNTGO has been inactivated in several Latin American countries (such as Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Mexico). You can still enjoy TNT programming on the regular channel.

Important! AHBO Max prices increase from March 31 in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico.


On March 24, the day of TEATRIX’s anniversary, the Argentine theatrical platform presented the launch of its new channel Teleteatrix FAST. The linear channel is transmitted live 24 hours a day and can be accessed for free and without creating a user.

On April 8, Netflix plans in Argentina saw an increase:

ARS 999 monthly

ARS 1.699 monthly

ARS 2.399 monthly

Our team of analysts has detected two new commercial agreements with the Argentine streaming platform DGO. On the one hand, Club Atlético River Plate members will have the possibility to access a promotion to enjoy the OTT three months free and 15% discount for the next six months. On the other hand, the BBVA offers an exclusive benefit for its customers from 10/04 to 30/06 of 30% discount on the DGO Full service for the first 4 months by paying the service with BBVA Credit Cards.

What’s coming?

HBO Max will be retired after 3 years and replaced by “Max”, a new streaming platform that combines HBO Max and Discovery+ content. The platform will launch in May 2023 in the United States and is expected to expand to other markets in the future.

Note: The prices listed in this message are those reported by the streaming platforms.


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