On Monday, Apple instantly transformed its Apple TV+ streaming service from an also-ran into a compelling Netflix alternative.
But it didn’t do so on its own. Instead, the company announced a new bundle for current Apple TV+ subscribers : For an extra $10 per month, customers can add both Showtime and the ad-free version of CBS All Access, which normally cost $19 per month together. (Apple TV+ itself costs $5 per month or $50 per year.) Those who subscribe to this bundle can then access it not just on Apple TV streaming boxes, but through the Apple TV app on Roku, Fire TV, LG TVs, and Samsung TVs.
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