Here’s why you should cancel Netflix in September and subscribe to Amazon Prime Video

Once upon a time, streaming services were heralded as the antidote to the rising cost of TV subscription packages, providing affordable options for those who wanted high-quality, varied entertainment, without paying an exorbitant monthly bill. However, as the saying goes, all good things must come to an end, and now the world of streaming is a mess, with an almost overwhelming number of options, all of which seem to be increasing in price.

So how can we go back to the happy days before Netflix started losing money and started running ads? Well, the power is in the hands of the consumer in this case, because although these services work on an ongoing monthly subscription, there is nothing stopping you from canceling at will. We suggest taking the time to review your streaming services and find out how often you use them or if the content there appeals to you. The advantage here is that you won’t pay for a month of Netflix, Disney Plus or any other service when you have nothing to watch; And the best thing is that you can reactivate your subscription at any time.

So the question boils down to: which ones should stay and which ones should go this September? Netflix immediately springs to mind, once the king of the streaming world, and now struggling to keep its head above water amid fierce streaming wars. Unless you plan on watching an excellent fantasy drama. The Sandmanor sci-fi hit Strange things so there’s really no good reason to keep Netflix at the moment, especially with subscription prices for the premium tier rising £2/$2/AU$3 over the last year. The same goes for Paramount+, unless you’re a star trek fan or interested in yellow stoneyou could save some money by getting rid of it.

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Game of Thrones prequel, House of the Dragon

The Lord of the Rings isn’t the only fantasy epic to return, with House of the Dragon bringing Game of Thrones back to our screens this month. (Image credit: Warner Media)

Now (formerly Now TV) is complicated, since dragon house is streaming, with new episodes weekly, but if you’re not a game of Thrones fan, then Now might not be a priority on the streaming list. Apple TV+ has interesting content, with the final series of Watch It will be released weekly this month, but the content remains exclusive to Apple, so beware of the limited but undoubtedly high-quality selection.

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