Verizon’s +Play Adds Spanish-language EDYE Streaming Service

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The Spanish-language EDYE streaming service is now available as a premium subscription through Verizon +Play. The +Play marketplace offers existing Verizon customers an additional way to sign up to various subscription services.


While subscribing through a subscription store like +Play won’t necessarily save you money each month, it can be useful in terms of managing subscriptions. As they are all signed up to and paid for through one portal, subscribers can easily see which subscriptions they’re paying for and cancel any they are not using.

The latest of the subscription options that +Play customers now have access to is EDYE. This is a premium Spanish-language SVOD streaming service that’s designed for preschool-aged children. An EDYE subscription through +Play is priced at $2.99 per month.


For those wanting to save a little on the cost, an EDYE annual plan is also available through Verizon’s +Play. Priced at $29.99, the annual plan breaks down to around $2.49 per month on average.

According to EDYE, parents can expect access to a library of more than 3,000 episodes, with the content catalog said to have been especially curated by early childhood development experts.

Once signed up, the EDYE app can be downloaded on a number of platforms and devices, including Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google TV, and Roku.


It is also worth noting that +Play recently started offering a Netflix and Paramount Plus bundle, which reduces the cost of both services. The bundle costs $25.99 per month through +Play and includes access to Netflix’s Premium plan (normally $19.99) and the Paramount Plus Premium with Showtime plan (normally $11.99).

John Finn

By John Finn

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