Since Universal launched its streaming service called Peacock last year to compete with an already potent offer on its segment, it managed to reach impressive numbers in subscribers. At first, it launched for Comcast customers alone, then expanded to other devices like iOS, Amazon Fire, Roku, and so on.
After you create your account, the start page will show you an Account Holder (or main profile) and a Kids profile - but you can add four more profiles besides those. So you can have up to six profiles on one account. These can be any combination of Kids and regular profiles - however, and as expected, the Account Holder or main profile cannot be a Kids profile.
The thing is that this service offers a maximum of three concurrent streams, so you can only use three of the six profiles simultaneously. Hopefully, that won't be a problem for you.
If you do not have an account yet, you can subscribe to Peacock by choosing the ad-supported Free tier that features about 7,500 hours of content from NBCUniversal, or you could go for the Premium plan that costs $4.99 per month and offers double the content of the previously mentioned tier and limited ads (we should mention that if you are an Xfinity or Cox customer, you can access the limited-commercials Peacock Premium at no additional cost). The third option is to upgrade from Premium to Premium Plus for an extra $5/month fee (or $50 per year) and get full access to the Peacock content and no ads.
After you create your account, the start page will show you an Account Holder (or main profile) and a Kids profile - but, as we said above, you can add four more profiles besides those.
Peacock has thousands of hours of iconic shows and megahit movies, plus exclusive Peacock Originals, current NBC and Telemundo hits, and the latest in news, sports, and pop culture - updated daily.