You can execute the following steps to create your Hulu account.
Open a new web browser and reach Hulu.com/activate site on your
In that page, you will have to click Start Your Free Trial option
You will have to choose one plan from the list: Hulu, Hulu(No Ads). Hulu+Live TV, Hulu(No Ads + Live TV)
Next,provide your email ID that you are currently using and fill in all the private information.
Then select your Payment option; moreover, it can be Paypal method or credit card method.
Next, you will have to add your billing details and choose Submit.
In case if your eligible, there will be no charges for the free trial.
You are ready, and the Hulu account has been thus created.
Now you can sign in to your Hulu account using the credentials that were given during the account creation process.
As listed on Hulu’s website, Hulu and Hulu + Live TV are available on a wide range of popular streaming devices, including both Android and iOS devices, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Fire tablets, Google’s Chromecast devices, Android TV, Mac and PC browsers, select LG and Samsung smart TVs, the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, and the Nintendo Switch. Some older platforms and devices, like the PlayStation 3, are still missing out on the full-fledged Hulu experience, and that’s unlikely to change as consumers are pushed to upgrade. Others stuck on Hulu’s Classic app (which does not allow for select features, including the live TV option) include select Vizio TVs, Wii U, TiVo, and some Blu-ray players from Sony, Samsung, and LG.
Hulu and Hulu + Live TV can be streamed at a variety of different quality levels, which will adjust automatically depending on your internet speed. For smooth, interruption-free playback, Hulu recommends a minimum download speed of 6 Mbps for Hulu in HD and 8 Mbps for Hulu + Live TV. If you are planning on streaming to multiple devices, more bandwidth will be required for a quality experience. Hulu also recently added limited 4K content back to its lineup, and you’ll need a well-oiled network to handle that.
Standard Definition: 1.5Mbps
720p HD: 3Mbps
1080p HD: 6Mbps
Hulu + Live TV: 8Mbps
Ultra HD 4K: 16Mbps