Streaming services are increasingly becoming popular and now there’s a rush to capture the “cord cutters,” who would rather pay monthly for access to their favorite TV shows and stations instead of opting for a long-term commitment. Therefore companies that are in this business are adapting to this change and coming out with new products that are focused towards these consumers. Comcast is out with a new streaming TV service of its own today called Stream, it’s currently being offered as part of a beta test.

Stream is unlike anything that Comcast has ever offered before, it’s doesn’t require any extra device or additional equipment. With this service Xfinity internet users can watch live TV from around a dozen networks which includes HBO and all major broadcast nets on laptops, tablets and smartphones.

They will also get access to thousands of on demand movies and shows, Stream comes with access to TV Everywhere and a cloud DVR so users can record their favorite shows and watch them later.

Stream will be available to Comcast’s Xfinity internet customers for $15 per month it will be launched in Boston first by the end of this summer. Later it will be launched in Chicago and Seattle before being expanded everywhere in Comcast’s footprint by early next year.

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