Recently Comcast started to roll out a live TV streaming service called Instant TV that includes locals and add-ons. You need Comcast Internet and you need to live in a Comcast market that offers the service but you could get your locals for $20 from Comcast streaming online. Or for $25 you could add sports and news channels to the service.
The service is not even a year old but already Comcast is raising the price. According to several readers if you want the Instant TV and Internet bundle you will have to pay $75.95 a month—a $3 price hike. If you want the sports add-on you will now pay $28.50 a month—a $3.50 price hike.
As best we can tell many markets now have this price but for others the new higher price will start to roll out in January 2018.
Comcast has not been pushing their live TV streaming service like Charter or Dish have theirs. It almost seems to be an afterthought for Comcast. Now with this price hike, it seems that they are not taking the service all that seriously.
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