Crunchyroll raises a monthly price in Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and other territories

Funiation also raises prices as part of the creation of a unified subscription service Chile Canada Austria Finland Australia New Zealandia Mexico Netherlands Sheep islands Greenland

Some Funiation prices will also change on various websites and mobile sites in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Chile.In addition, some Funiation prices will fall in Brazil, Peru and Colombia.

Crunchyroll and Funiation adapt prices on selected international markets for some premium plans “as part of the creation of a unified subscription service”.



Prices on August 31, because it goes to the unified subscription service from Crunchyroll.Prices increased from USD 5.99 per month to USD 7.99 for a premium plan and from USD 7.99 to USD 9.99 for the Premium Plus plan.

In July, Crunchyroll reduced the price of a monthly subscription in almost 100 countries and territories.

Crunchyroll implemented its first significant price increase in its history in the United States, Great Britain, Australia and Scandinavian countries in 2019, and in 2020 he implemented his multi -level subscription offers.

Crunchyroll announced in March that he would no longer offer free viewing with advertisements, starting from the spring season 2022. Crunchyroll will instead require viewers to have a subscription to access new and continuous simultaneous broadcasts.The company added that the first three episodes of each title will be available to watch with ads for a week after their premiere at Crunchyroll to a certain point, and the next episodes will be limited to subscribers.Crunchyroll confirmed that with the continuation of the anime, watching with ads will not be available in episodes starting in the spring season, but there will be sections before the spring season.The company updated its statement last week that “Avod content will rotate and refresh regularly.”

Funimation and Crunchyroll announced on March 1 that the Funimion and Wakani anime library and the SimulCast content were transferred to Crunchyroll.Sony Funimion Global Group ended the takeover of Crunchyroll from AT & T on August 9 last year.The purchase price was USD 1.175 billion, and the transactions were paid in cash at the time of closing.

Sources: e-mail correspondence, Crunchyroll via Twitter Lawrence Brenner