Verizon launched the Stream TV box in November 2019. The box was made available for free to 5G Home subscribers, and $69.99 for additional boxes, allowing users to stream shows and movies with 4K UHD compatibility. The device comes with a Google Assistant voice remote. With a built-in Chromecast, users can stream videos, pictures, and music from their phones to their TV.
There was one major issue with the Verizon Stream TV box – there was no Netflix support. While Stream TV users could access apps including Disney+, YouTube TV, HBO, and Starz, the lack of Netflix support was a flaw pointed out by reviewers and consumers.
Now, Android TV Guide has found that a Netflix certification has been added. The addition was spotted on a Netflix help page, now showing Stream TV as a supported device.
At launch, the @Verizon Stream TV had one glaring omission, which was the absence of a @Netflix certification.
Not anymore !https://t.co/SGa4Vu1AUu pic.twitter.com/yQsIbgPmFZ
— Android TV Guide (@androidtv_rumor) February 24, 2020
If you’re a Verizon customer with the Verizon Stream TV device, check out the Netflix Help Center for instructions for setting up Netflix and using the streaming service on your device.
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