What you need to know about Spectrum Internet Plans
- by admin
With Comcast and AT&T announcing a $40 billion deal, it’s easy to see why Comcast has become a household name among internet users.
Spectrum, an online video service launched in December 2013, lets consumers stream online video from a variety of sources at speeds of up to 1.5 megabits per second.
It is available on the Apple TV, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Samsung Smart TVs, Roku, Apple TV and Android TV devices.
Spectra users can pay as little as $10 a month for unlimited streaming access to premium channels including HBO, Showtime, TBS, Cartoon Network, AMC, Syfy, FX, AMC Theatres, Disney Channel, Cartoon, Disney XD, and Cartoon Network Kids.
The service also offers streaming to the AppleTV, Chromecast, Android TV, Chromebox, Amazon Fire TV, Apple Watch, iPad Mini, Mac, and Roku 4 devices.
The streaming service is available through several partners, including Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Charter Communications, Verizon FiOS, and Verizon Wireless.
Spectre users can also access the Internet from more than 40 countries across Asia, Europe, and Africa.
The company’s deal with Comcast marks the second time Comcast has been purchased by a technology company.
In January, Comcast purchased NBCUniversal for $45 billion.
With Comcast and AT&T announcing a $40 billion deal, it’s easy to see why Comcast has become a household name…