Streaming service Acorn TV says it will raise its subscription price for new and current customers.
The price of a subscription will increase to $7 a month plus tax starting May 12, the streaming service said in a note to customers seen by The Deskon Wednesday.
Current customers can save by switching to an annual account and using the code ANNUAL22 in order to lock in a subscription for $60, Acorn TV said in the note.
“Our updated pricing is part of our commitment to improve Acorn TV, so you have even more of the world-class entertainment you like to watch waiting for you,” the company told customers.
Acorn TV is owned by RLJ Entertainment and licenses content from BBC Studios, ITV, Channel 4 UK, ZDF and All 3 Media. Along with content from the United Kingdom, the streamer offers shows from Canada (“Murdoch Mysteries,” “19-2”), New Zealand (“The Brokenwood Mysteries”) and Australia (“A Place to Call Home,” “Jack Irish”).