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So I am a Comcast customer for internet and I have dish for tv so no real need for services for tv, but recently I had to go I to there office and they were talking about they’re xfinity steaming service via the roku and they said I could add it for 10 dollars. I decided to five it a try.

Overall it’s pretty good, menu and layout is good and I figured for $10.00 it allows me to experiment with this and have access to my local RSN. Don’t know how long I will keep it but it’s not bad for those that are looking for cable steaming.
I am not sure if it’s available in all areas
 

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What channels do you get for $10? Locals? I have their streaming box which has Netflix and Amazon Prime, it's pretty good but I also have YouTube TV which they don't have on their box.
 

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What channels do you get for $10? Locals? I have their streaming box which has Netflix and Amazon Prime, it's pretty good but I also have YouTube TV which they don't have on their box.
I guess I would call it there extra package, which includes sports. And now that I think about it with the RSN and broadcast fees and they are viewing it as a triple play since I have phone and internet it more closer to 20.00, sorry for initially saying 10, but I still think it’s a pretty good deal if you want a backup service or just like multiple services like us SatelliteGuys like lol
 
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Xfinity says this is false. The only way to get streaming is if you have a cable package.

Sorry, maybe I was not clear in my post. I did add a cable package, except this was done through there xfinity app via Roku
 

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Xfinity says this is false.
Someone should tell them about their "Xfinity Stream" and "Flex" packages that do NOT require a video subscription.
The only way to get streaming is if you have a cable package.
This is a false statement. I was just watching a Sky News live feed from the US Senate using my Flex-enabled broadband-only account.
 

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