In the midst of an epic blackout in the United States, consumers can expect a slew of internet deals to hit the market on Monday.
The Federal Communications Commission will issue a rulemaking in the coming weeks to require that the most-popular services from Comcast, Verizon, AT&T and Time Warner Cable be sold at a price below their retail prices.
The rules will likely come with a hefty price tag, however.
Comcast will likely face an estimated $7 billion in penalties for violating the rules, while Time Warner could face up to $6 billion.
Consumers who don’t want to pay for the Internet will have to pay a $1 per month surcharge.
These are only some of the many Internet prices that will be up for grabs on Monday, but we’re betting that most will be for $10 per month.
Comcast’s cheapest internet plan, for example, will set you back $69.99.
The $1.99 per month internet package from Time Warner’s cheapest plan will set the consumer back $49.99, or nearly $30 per month more than Comcast’s $7.99/month.
Here’s a look at the deals that will pop up on Monday:If you don’t have the money to buy a new broadband account or can’t afford the full cost of an account, you can use some of these deals to save on your monthly bills.
We’ll be bringing you a rundown of the deals from Monday, so you can make the most of your time savings.
Here are the deals we’ll be covering:Here are some other places that will have some of their biggest deals on the web.
The price is $1 a month for the cheapest internet package, but it doesn’t include the cost of any content.
That includes Netflix, Hulu, YouTube and Amazon Prime Video.
If you don, you’ll need to pay $9.99 for a full month of content from the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime, YouTube, HBO Go, Hulu Plus and Showtime.
The only content you’ll be paying for is YouTube, which is available in many streaming video apps.
For $9 a month, you’re paying a mere $2 for YouTube.
Netflix’s cheapest streaming package will cost you $49 a month.
You’ll also be paying $9 for Amazon Prime video, a free 30-day trial of HBO Go or Showtime for 30 days, HBO Now for $8.99 a month or Hulu for $9 monthly.
Netflix also offers a 30-month trial of Hulu Plus for $7 a month and HBO GO for $5.99 to $12.99 (the full price of HBO GO can be as low as $10.99).
The price of a video streaming subscription is $10 a month with no commercials.
If this is too much, you may be able to cut your monthly cable bill by cutting the number of channels you watch or by cutting your streaming video package.
Hulu offers a $9/month streaming package that includes HBO Go for $13.99 and Showtime for $15.99 with no ads.
Netflix will also have a bundle of premium cable channels available for just $10/month with no advertisements.
HBO Go offers HBO for $29.99 after two years.
Amazon Prime has the best deals for its original series, with a $8/month price tag and no ads on its new series.
The biggest deal on Monday will likely be HBO Go.
The streaming service offers an $8 monthly subscription, and that price includes HBO and Showtime (plus HBO Go).
For a $30.99 monthly price, you get HBO, HBO GO and Showtime plus HBO Now, HBO Sports, HBO Premiere and HBO Now Plus.
The service offers its most popular original series and premium series, but HBO Go is not only available for a one-time price, but also for $12/month for the first six months, then $5/month each subsequent year for a total of $22.99 over six months.
Amazon’s Prime video service offers the best value for $35/month after two seasons.
Netflix has the most expensive service, with its latest series costing $9 per month after two weeks.
HBO is currently offering its most expensive series, including The Crown, for just over $20/month, which means you’ll have to be willing to spend more money to get a subscription from Amazon.
The best deals will be in the middle of the day, but there will be plenty of other deals to check out on Monday morning.
We’ve broken down all the major deals available Monday, and we’ll continue to update this post as new deals pop up.
Here is our list of major deals from the first half of 2018, but you can find the complete list at our homepage.
If a deal doesn’t fit your criteria, we suggest searching through our list to find similar deals that you may have missed.
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