Binge is increasing prices (and stream quality)

Binge streaming in 4K
Pictured: Just a fun little Binge graphic I did.
// Binge will FINALLY get 4K later this year.
Brodie Fogg
Sep 28, 2023
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Published on September 28, 2023

Streaming service Binge has revealed that 4K streaming will finally arrive for both Binge Standard and Binge Premium subscribers in October, but the Ultra High Definition option won't come for free. From the 24th of October 2023, Binge Standard and Binge Premium customers will automatically get access to 4K streaming but the same customers will pay a good chunk more for the privilege. 

New Binge Standard and Premium pricing

On the 24th of October, when 4K streaming becomes available, subscription prices for Binge Standard and Binge Premium plans will go up. Binge Standard will go from $16 per month to $18 per month, while Binge Premium will go from $18 to $22 per month. That's not nothing. In fact, you'll be paying over 22% more per month for Binge's top-tier, going from $216 per year to $264 per year. 

Binge will also be axing its 10-day free trial offer as of the 2nd of October. So it's a bit of a one-two punch. 

This news comes hot on the heels of Foxtel's sport streaming service Kayo removing its free trial and Paramount Plus pumping its prices in Australia too. 

To recap, here's what the new Binge plans will look like as of the 24th of October:

Monthly price
More info
BingeBinge Basic with Ads
HD streaming
1 stream
BingeBinge Standard
4K streaming
2 streams
BingeBinge Premium
4K streaming
4 streams
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Brodie Fogg
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Brodie Fogg
Brodie Fogg is the Australian editorial lead at He has covered consumer tech, telecommunications, video games, streaming and entertainment for over five years at websites like WhistleOut and Finder and can be found sharing streaming recommendations at 7NEWS every month.

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