Comcast has just announced its new live TV streaming service called Stream that will begin rolling out at the end of summer. Xfinity Internet customers will be able to just sign in on their laptops, tablets and smartphones to access live TV from around a dozen networks.
Major networks such as HBO are included in the streaming package, along with access to thousands of on-demand movies and programs that you can watch at home or away. Stream will soft-launch in Boston by the end of the summer, with Chicago and Seattle lined up shortly afterward. Comcast says that the Stream service will be available everywhere by early 2016. Getting access to Stream will cost you $15 monthly, although it does come with access to TV Everywhere and a cloud DVR.
When Stream becomes available in your area, you’ll just need to sign in online and download Comcast’s Infinity TV app to begin viewing your favourite shows.
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