So Barnes & Noble launched their brand new Nook Tablet and it will come loaded up with Hulu Plus along with Netflix. Now it looks like their competitor, Amazon with their Kindle Fire, have just announced that the Kindle Fire tablet will also get Hulu Plus along with ESPN ScoreCenter, which adds to the “thousands” of apps that will be available for the Kindle Fire.
The Hulu Plus service will cost users a subscription fee of $7.99 a month, but given that the Kindle Fire will come shipped with Amazon’s own Instant Video streaming service, and with the availability of Netflix, Kindle Fire users will be spoilt for choice. However we’re guessing that with many users already with Hulu Plus subscriptions, along with their already pretty wide range of TV shows available, Amazon’s Instant Video will need to play catchup if they don’t want to lose potential subscribers.
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