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Comcast to stream TV for $15 a month plus taxes

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Comcast said that Stream TV, a new streaming cable TV service, is available to current Xfinity Internet-only customers in the Greater Boston Region, which includes eastern Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine.

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With Stream TV, users can watch live TV on laptops, tablets and phones in their home. In addition, the service includes thousands of on demand movies and shows that can be watched at home or on-the-go over Wi-Fi, and includes access to TV Everywhere and a cloud DVR.

The service will cost Greater Boston customers $15 per month (including the broadcast TV fee) plus local taxes and fees which will vary by market.

The first month is free and sign-up for existing Xfinity Internet customers is easy: no commitments or fixed-term contracts; no phone calls or visits from a technician; and no additional equipment required. Users only need to visit the Stream TV website to sign up to start immediately enjoying access to live and on demand cable programming online or through the Xfinity TV app.

Comcast plans to make Stream TV available across its entire service area by early 2016.

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