In October 2014, Getty decided to let you stream up to 100 photos from any one Getty Images photo account to your computer or phone. Then in January of the following year, Getty added a premium Getty Images photo subscription — and they do it without charging you a dime. To use it, all you have to do is sign a one-year license agreement or go to your account and choose an account, then stream in up to 100 photos per day — for just $1.99 per photo — for as long as you want.
The U.S.-based internet streaming giant also gives its customers some of the best pricing on the internet. Its premium streaming service, Netflix Go: $8.99 per month or $9.99 per year. The regular price can vary depending on whether you’re a paid subscriber or not, as the website does not offer a free trial.
3. Amazon Prime
Although most Prime members have some sort of streaming service to enjoy, Amazon.com is also a big player here, with one of the industry’s better prices and a growing content library of many blockbuster films, TV shows and more. Prime members have access to music, video, movies, books, comics and more — all for a flat $99 annually.
4. The New York Times
The NY Times provides a great deal to its subscribers, so it isn’t surprising that the newspaper pays big bucks to stream content to its subscribers. The price is usually $7.99 a month or $9.99 a year.
While Netflix doesn’t charge for streaming video, the website does offer the subscription service as a standalone option for $7.99 or $9.99 for one year. And there’s no requirement. Just sign up for the monthly service and stream unlimited streams of all your favorite films and TV shows with access to exclusive episodes as well. If you want access to certain movies or shows, however, then sign up for its streaming service and you’ll be charged a monthly fee.
Hulu is another huge player in the Hulu streaming video streaming industry and, as of April 2013, the streaming video company offers a great deal for its subscribers, with access to full seasons of popular TV shows, TV series or movies for just $7.99 a month or $9.99 per year. The streaming service can also stream on PC and Mac, and customers can stream in the United States as well