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Verizon announced on Tuesday that it has added Comcast’s Peacock streaming service to its subscription hub and will offer YouTube Premium at a discounted rate through its myPlan subscriptions. Starting Thursday, myPlan customers can subscribe to YouTube Premium for $10 per month, saving 30%.

Peacock, operated by NBCUniversal, will be available via Verizon’s +play entertainment hub starting June 5. This hub consolidates streaming and lifestyle subscriptions for customers. Comcast recently increased the prices for Peacock ahead of the Paris Olympic Games this summer. The ad-supported Peacock Premium will cost $7.99 per month, and the ad-free Premium Plus will be $13.99 per month.

Verizon’s customizable myPlan options and discounted streaming bundles, including services like Netflix and Warner Bros Discovery’s Max, have proven popular with customers. The company has also offered a promotional bundle providing six months of free access to Disney’s services for new and existing customers on select plans.

Additionally, Verizon introduced the Ultimate Phone Upgrade program, which allows customers on the Unlimited Ultimate wireless plan to get the best phone and device promotions when they trade in an older device.


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