“StreamSaver reinforces the value of our broadband products, offering customers new ways to save money on streaming entertainment,” Dave Watson, CEO of Connectivity and Platforms for Comcast, said in a statement.

StreamSaver subscribers will have access to Netflix’s “Bridgerton” and “Atlas,” Peacock’s “Bel-Air” and “The Traitors,” and “The Morning Show” and “Slow Horses” on Apple TV+. They will also have access to thousands of hours of live sports, including MLB Friday Night Baseball from Apple TV+; NFL Football and WWE (starting in 2025) from Netflix; and NFL Football, Big Ten, Premier League, FIFA World Cup, Golf, WWE, NASCAR and every minute from the upcoming Paris 2024 Olympics from Peacock.

Current and new Xfinity internet or TV customers can also combine the bundled apps with Now TV for one monthly price of $30. Together, the NOW StreamSaver bundles offers access to programming from three top streaming apps, together with more than 40 live TV channels, including, AMC, A&E, Hallmark, History Channel, Lifetime, WEtv, plus over two dozen integrated FAST channels like AccuWeather, NBC News, TODAY All Day and Xumo Movies.

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