Which Australian streaming service has the best “Cost per title” ranking?

Online comparison site Uswitch has provided statistics on each streaming service’s “value for money” for Australians. In other words, how much is it costing you per title on that particular streaming service.

To compile the list, Uswitch looked at the monthly cost of each available streaming service, along with the number of titles for each, to provide a ranking on a “cost per title” basis.

With its very low monthly cost, Amazon Prime Video came out on top. With a second place, Netflix trails by a long margin.

  • Amazon Prime Video has 8,815 titles available in Australia. With a monthly cost of $6.99, the cost per title is $0.00079.
  • netflix has 6,135 titles available in Australia. Priced at $10.99 (basic) (premium) per month, the cost per title is $0.0017.
  • Belonging to Australia frenzy has 2,523 titles available. At $10 (basic) per month, the cost per title for Binge is $0.0039.
  • Another Australian service, Stanhas 2,337 titles. With a monthly cost of $10 (basic), the cost per title is $0.0042.
  • Disney+ has 2,317 titles. Costing you $11.99 per month, you get a cost per title of $0.0051.
  • DocPlay has 1,034 titles available in Australia. Priced at $7.99 per month, the cost per title is $0.0077.
  • The most expensive is Foxtel. Now has 4,034 titles available. For a monthly fee of $25, this equates to a cost per title of $0.0062.

In fact, we only used Uswitch data for the number of titles for each service, because the monthly price for each service was incorrect. But Uswitch has also ranked the best free streaming services available in Australia.

Kanopy came first, with 117,868 titles available, followed by Tubi TV with 15,498. SBS On Demand has 1,192 titles available, ABC iview has 757, 7 Plus has 517, 9Now has 275 and Ten Play has only 48.

If you’re curious about how much it would cost to sign up for each streaming service in Australia, we’ve done the math for you. If you’re also looking for a more in-depth comparison of what each streaming service offers, head here.

Stuck for something to snack on over the long weekend? Check out our recommendations for what’s streaming on Amazon Prime, Binge, Disney+, Netflix, Paramount+, Shudder, and Stan.