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Photo: Said Marroun (Shutterstock) Price hikes for streaming TV has become a new holiday tradition, as Netflix, Disney+ and Hulu have increased their subscription prices ahead of 2021. For that reason, year-end is a good time to confirm how much you’re paying for subscriptions, and cancel those that you’re barely using. Recent TV streaming price hikes Netflix increased the price of its popular, standard plan (1080p and two simultaneous streams), from $12.99 per month to $13.99 per month . Netflix’s premium plan (4K video and four simultaneous streams), increased from $15.99 to $17.99 per month . These changes are in effect for both new and old subscribers. The basic plan, which offers SD streaming and just a single stream, remained unchanged at $8.99 per month. Disney+ announced in December that it’s increasing its monthly subscription price by one dollar, to $7.99 per month , and its yearly subscription goes up by ten dollars, to $79.99 . The price change is effective March 26, 2020, so you could still lock in a lower price now. Hulu has another yearly hike, this time increasing its live TV product, from $54.99 to $64.99 per month . The option to watch without commercials increases from $60.99 to $70.99 per month . Hulu’s VOD-only plans will remain unchanged at $5.99 per month with ads and $11.99 per month for no ads. These changes were effective December 18, for both existing and new subscribers. Also, earlier in the year, YouTube TV announced a whopping monthly […]