Last month Spectrum made a big splash with their new sports free streaming service starting at $19.95 a month. Now they are making a few changes to the service.
Yesterday emails went out to their live TV streaming service subscribers letting them know that FXX will replace WGN American in their lineup starting “on or after August 2nd 2017”. They also announced that in select markets the CW Network is being added to the live TV streaming service.
The new Spectrum TV Stream service costs $19.95 a month (plus a broadcast TV fee) with no long-term contracts. It will include all your local stations and even the CW and PBS in some markets. You will also find A&E, History, Hallmark, FX, TLC, AMC, HGTV, and more. In total, you will get over 25 live TV networks. The one catch though is you need to be a Spectrum Internet Only customer.
With your subscription, you will also get access to 5,000 free on-demand titles and will also be able to access many network apps with your Spectrum Stream login.
For $15 a month you can add HBO, SHOWTIME, The Movie Channel, Starz, and StarzEncore. Or, if you just want one of these, you can get it for just $7.50 a month (Locked in for 3 years). If you want sports, and more news options, for $12 more a month you can add ESPN channels, NBC Sports, Bloomberg, HLB and more.
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