So I am going to kill my Spectrum account. I was going to switch to Hulu for now. But about 4 of my TVs need devices to get it. My roomie has a Roku and digs the interface so she wants to get all Rokus. I am fine with it.
I went to go order them today and read a review that they charged extra for each device beyond 3. It seemed very odd so I googled it but came up empty. If it IS true it could be a deciding factor. So I thought I would ask about it.
Does Roku charge for having more than 3 devices on a single account?
No, Roku does not charge for ANY number of units on the account, without limit. [Side issue: Be very careful when registering and linking your new devices because if you don't go to the exact Roku website required for linking, there are scammers out there who WILL try to charge you for linking your Roku units.]
Most of the channels that require paid subscriptions don't limit the number of units you can register to use them, but may limit the number them you can use at one time. My Netflix and Hulu subscriptions, for instance, support two, while Acorn says it supports only one. If you need more than their concurrent limit, many offer a higher priced tier supporting additional connections, which may be what you're thinking about.
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