Walmart Wants To Get Into Streaming – Here’s What It Really Looks Like

On the surface, this seems like a radical way to potentially merge streaming subscriptions. For those looking for something along those lines, don’t get your hopes up. Really, this reflects something that has been going on for a long time in online gaming. Often, subscriptions or other purchases can be a path to free streaming. For example, Apple offers three free months of Apple TV+ with the purchase of an Apple device. T-Mobile also offers users a Paramount+ subscription, while Verizon has a similar deal for Disney+ and AT&T has an agreement with HBO Max. So this is nothing new.

The fact of the matter is that many transactions like this already exist and will likely continue to exist. Cable and satellite providers are even starting to bundle streaming services to keep people from cutting the cord. Walmart+ won’t be a giant game for the company in streaming consolidation. Instead, it will be an extension of something we’ve seen over the years on a large scale to make retailers more relevant as they try to adapt to the digital age. That’s not to say that some form of streaming consolidation won’t happen. Honestly, the long-term survival of the industry may depend on it. That’s not what’s happening with Walmart.

Opposite? You can soon get your groceries delivered for free and cancel your standalone Disney+ subscription. Not an industry shake-up, but perhaps convenient for the right person.

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