The video outlines a $10 per month price point and tells potential customers there would be no lock-in contracts to worry about, and no ads. Currently Presto has a $9.99 per month offering while Quickflix has a stepped offering ranging from $9.99 to $19.99 per month.

While there's still no fixed launch date available for the service, StreamCo is offering potential subscribers a free 30 day trial.

It comes on the back of news late last year that it had picked up Amazon Prime series' Transparent to go along with Mozart in the Jungle.

StreamCo also took out ads in Fairfax papers over the weekend to announce the new pricing.

There is still no detail available on whether Stan will work with an internet service provider, or whether there will be bundling options with Fairfax products available at launch.

For more news:

Spongebob heads to Stan

Presto and Stan add to offerings

Stan to aim high with local content

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Stan confirmed at $10 per month

By AdNews | 6 January 2015

Fairfax-Nine joint venture StreamCo has confirmed the pricing structure for its streaming video on demand service Stan, and as expected it's around the $10 mark.

The joint venture announced further details of its offering on Facebook today, along with a new video 'this is Stan'.

 

 

 

The video outlines a $10 per month price point and tells potential customers there would be no lock-in contracts to worry about, and no ads. Currently Presto has a $9.99 per month offering while Quickflix has a stepped offering ranging from $9.99 to $19.99 per month.

While there's still no fixed launch date available for the service, StreamCo is offering potential subscribers a free 30 day trial.

It comes on the back of news late last year that it had picked up Amazon Prime series' Transparent to go along with Mozart in the Jungle.

StreamCo also took out ads in Fairfax papers over the weekend to announce the new pricing.

There is still no detail available on whether Stan will work with an internet service provider, or whether there will be bundling options with Fairfax products available at launch.

For more news:

Spongebob heads to Stan

Presto and Stan add to offerings

Stan to aim high with local content

Have something to say on this? Share your views in the comments section below. Or if you have a news story or tip-off, drop us a line at adnews@yaffa.com.au

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