Paramount+, formerly known as CBS All Access, is replacing its $6-per-month Limited Commercials plan with a new $5-per-month Essential Plan. It’s hard to say no to a discount, but for whatever reason, the new Essential Plan doesn̵
As noted by Android Police, the Paramount+ FAQ states that the Essential Plan will be released on June 7. Aside from access to local CBS channels, it’s identical to the old Limited Commercials plan, which offers access to over 30,000 TV episodes and movies, live feeds from the NFL on CBS and UEFA Champions League, and 24/7 nationally news via CBSN.
Fortunately, Paramount+ does not force Limited Commercials subscribers to switch to the new ad-supported tier. If you’re considering signing up for Paramount+ and want to stream your local CBS station, you’ll need to sign up for the Limited Commercials subscription before it’s replaced on June 7.
You can also sign up for the Paramount + Commercial Free plan, which costs $10 per month or $100 per year. It includes offline streaming, ad-free watching for most of Paramount+’s on-demand content, and of course access to your local CBS broadcast.