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Old 01-10-15, 07:30 AM
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FUNimation Streaming SubPass - $39.95/yr

FUNimation just announced a new discounted Subtitles-only pass to their Streaming Service. The regular All-Access Pass ($59.99/yr) is still available for people that want both Subbed & Dubbed content.

http://www.funimation.com/p/subscribe

New FUNimation Streaming Service SubPass Now Available!

FUNimation is pleased to announce the launch of a subscription ‘SubPass‘ that gives fans unlimited access to subtitled anime. Episodes can be streamed in HD, commercial-free, right after the Japanese broadcast, and across multiple devices!

We at FUNimation feel the same way you do about anime and the amazing people in Japan who work so hard to make the shows that we all love – the production staff, animators, and voice actors, to name a few. The SubPass is a great way to show your support for the Japanese anime industry and its creators. The more you watch, the more we can pay the licensors in Japan, and in turn, the more content we can bring to you. For a little over $1/week (monthly rate) you can enjoy all the subtitled anime you want and support those who create these amazing shows.

The FUNimation SubPass is available for the low price of $4.95/month. Or try it for 3 months at $12.95. For the best value, sign up for the yearly subscription at $39.95 – a 33% savings! That’s $3.33/month or 11 cents/day!

READ MORE - http://www.funimation.com/blog/2015/...now-available/
Old 01-10-15, 08:37 AM
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Re: FUNimation Streaming SubPass - $39.95/yr

Introducing FUNimation’s Expanded Streaming Subscription Plans

http://www.funimation.com/p/subscribe

FreePass

Free option to view limited anime.
Stream limited anime on your PC and mobile devices: iOS & Android.
Shows are in standard definition and may contain video ads.
SubPass

Great value for the subtitle fan!
Unlimited access to all subtitled content!
Access available 720p and high-definition 1080p subtitled shows.
Watch simulcast episodes right after they air in Japan — a full week before they can be viewed for free.*
All-AccessPass

Best value for the lover of all anime English-dubbed or subtitled!
Unlimited access to all English-dubbed and subtitled content!
Access all available 720p and high-definition 1080p shows.
Watch thousands of dubbed episodes, movies, extras, and subtitled shows, including Simulcasts.
Stream exclusive English-dubbed series that are available within weeks of the broadcast in Japan — FUNimation Broadcast Dubs!
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Re: FUNimation Streaming SubPass - $39.95/yr

It's not a bad idea, this is fairly tempting in my case. I end up buying the Blu-rays when I like a Funimation series, so watching the subbed series is fine with me.
Old 01-22-15, 04:56 AM
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FUNi just updated their Roku app. The Queue is finally working. Everything's a bit more organized. It looks nice.
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Re: FUNimation Streaming SubPass - $39.95/yr

Is there any word on the possibility of future Chromecast integration for the Funimation app? The paid and free Funi apps in the Google Play Store don't seem to make any indication of Chromecast support. I've shifted all my streaming to Chromecast as the Crunchyroll and Hulu Plus apps started doing it. I'd rather deal with commercials on Hulu than stream from my laptop to TV.

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