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Popular streaming service Hulu made headlines a few months ago for raising its prices. Now, it all makes a little more sense (or, cents, pun very much intended). The company announced its addition of unlimited DVR cloud storage at no additional cost for Hulu + Live TV subscribers.

“The move brings Hulu + Live TV in line with YouTube TV, which has made its unlimited DVR a key selling point since its 2017 launch,” Deadline reports. It will be available to all Hulu + Live subscribers beginning April 13th. The plan previously included 50 hours of DVR space with un-skippable advertisements. Also, subscribers previously could upgrade to 200 hours of DVR storage through various add-ons ranging from $10 – $15 a month. You’ll get a lot more space for free but be aware that the recordings will only last for 9 months. So, it’s not endless space forever but endless space, nonetheless.

“Hulu + Live TV is becoming even more valuable and attractive to consumers,” Hulu president Joe Earley said in a statement. “Through one single subscription, users get access to 80+ live channels – including all the major broadcast networks – as well as Hulu, Disney+, ESPN+, and soon Unlimited DVR. We will be one of the only pay TV providers – traditional or streaming – to offer this feature as part of the base plan at no additional cost.” Hulu hiked up it’s + Live TV subscription package from $65 to $70 to compete with YoutubeTV. It’s worth noting that Hulu also bundled in Disney Plus and ESPN Plus at no additional cost, as well.