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Steve Helber/AP WMT Walmart 88.19 0.55 (+0.60 %) Disclaimer Get real-time WMT charts here " According to The Information, Walmart is considering a streaming service of its own, which could cost less than $8 per month. An $8-a-month subscription plan would be lower than the current price of Netflix and Amazon. Vudu lets you stream full-length movies, and is available on most set-top devices and game consoles, including Roku devices, the Apple TV, smartphones, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and the iPad.

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