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On March 2nd, we posted the Paramount Plus Birthday offer, and today we recommend that you take advantage of this opportunity to get the Paramount Plus Essential plan for just $1/month and the Premium plan for just $2/month for the first three months through March 7th, so act fast. The plans are available to both new and existing members. After the Paramount Plus birthday offer expires, you’ll have to pay in full $4.99 for Essential and $9.99 for Premium per month. So, go to the Paramount Plus website and enter the promo code: BIRTHDAY at checkout.
Go to Paramountplus.com and tap the TRY IT NOW button click the CONTINUE button and choose Essential (Limited Ads) or Premium (Ads-free) plan and again click the CONTINUE button and enter your information and in the next step you need to fill in the payment information and enter the promo code: BIRTHDAY so you can claim this offer and enjoy the most popular shows on Paramount Plus.
Since it became the new CBS All Access, fans have been wondering if Paramount Plus is free and how long the free trial lasts. ViacomCBS launched Paramount Plus in March 2021, a streaming service that includes Star Trek: Discovery, The Good Fight, and Love Island USA, among other ViacomCBS shows.
The network, which replaced CBS All Access and now has over 8 million users, is the exclusive streaming service for ViacomCBS networks like CBS, MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, BET, and the Smithsonian channel.
The streaming service contains over 30,000 TV episodes and 1,000 movies, as well as a live stream to CBS, which allows fans to watch CBS shows like Big Brother, Young Sheldon, and Survivor as new episodes air on TV.
So there’s no question that Paramount Plus has a lot to offer. With so many streaming services to choose from (Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, Disney+, HBO Max, and so on), it’s understandable that people would want to test one out for free before committing to a paid subscription. Here’s all we know about Paramount Plus’ free trial, including how to sign up for one.