Intro to PlayStation Vue

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A subsidiary of the parent company Sony, the video game console producing PlayStation released PlayStation Vue in March of 2015. Offering cable channels, on-demand video, and the recently popularized cloud based DVR feature, they have obtained 400,000 subscribers as of March 2017.


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Natively supported by their gaming console the PS4, their programming can also be accessed on a wide range of other devices. Offering a la carte content options, their base package starts around $40 month.

Compare Playstation Vue Packages

At a glance comparison of the base PS Vue TV plans:

PlansPriceProsConsAlternativesMobile + Tablet
Access$39.99/moNo Contracts. If you don't have a PlayStation 4 you can use a Roku or Amazon Fire TV device.
Includes popular live TV.
Higher price point than competitors. Mobile use is limited to home. Sling TV, DirecTV Now, Amazon Prime Instant Video, Huluyes
Core$44.99/moIncludes sports and live TV. Higher price point than competitors. Mobile use is limited to home. Sling TV, DirecTV Now, Amazon Prime Instant Video, Huluyes
Elite$54.99/moIncludes movie channels, Sports, and live TV. Higher price point than competitors. Mobile use is limited to home. Sling TV, DirecTV Now, Amazon Prime Instant Video, Huluyes
Ultra$74.99/moIncludes HBO and Showtime Channels, Sports channels, popular live TV. Higher price point than competitors. Mobile use is limited to home. Sling TV, DirecTV Now, Amazon Prime Instant Video, Huluyes

*Prices and Plans Updated July 6th, 2017


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