How to sign up for Hulu step-by-step

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How to sign up

Hulu is a streaming service that has a content library filled with the most recent TV series, Hulu originals and a generous movie selection.As long as you have an Internet connection and a device to stream from, signing up should take you no time at all.

  1. Ensure device compatibility. Check that whatever device you plan to stream with is Hulu-compatible.
  2. Access Hulu. You can access Hulu from its main website or an app on your
  3. phone or tablet.
  4. Select a plan. Click Start Your Free Trial to choose a plan with or without ads and live TV.
  5. Create your account. Enter an active email and a password you can remember.
  6. Enter payment details. After you create your account, enter your billing information. You won’t be charged unless you allow your free trial to turn into a paid subscription, which doesn’t require you to do a thing.
  7. Personalize. From there, you can personalize your account and access it from any compatible device.

What do I do if this doesn’t work?

If you have a hard time signing up for a Hulu account of your own, contact its help center.

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