Comcast Sets Pricing for Netflix, Apple TV+ and Peacock Streaming Bundle

Comcast customers looking to save a few bucks on their streaming services are in luck.

The company is introducing a streaming bundle next week that combines three of the major streamers — Netflix, Apple TV+ and Peacock — for $15 per month, TVLine has learned. Dubbed Xfinity StreamSaver, the bundle will be available to new and existing Xfinity Internet and TV customers. (Peacock is part of the corporate family, since it’s the streaming service for Comcast’s NBCUniversal.)

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New and existing customers can also combine that bundle with NOW TV, offering them 40+ live TV channels in addition to the three streaming services, for $30 per month.

“StreamSaver is a homerun for consumers who want top-tier entertainment and live sports, and for our
world-class partners Peacock, Netflix and Apple who benefit from the reach and depth of our
entertainment platforms and Xfinity’s marketing engine,” Dave Watson, CEO of Connectivity and
Platforms for Comcast, says in a statement. “StreamSaver also reinforces the value of our broadband products, offering customers new ways to save money on streaming entertainment via the nation’s best and most reliable network in and out of the home.”

The news comes on the heels of Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery announcing their own streaming bundle that will combine Disney+, Hulu and Max, with a launch eyed for this summer. The exact launch date and pricing for that bundle are still to be determined, but Warner Bros. Discovery global streaming chief JB Perrette says it “will be priced very attractively for consumers.”

Are you tempted to sign up for either of Comcast’s new streaming bundles? Hit the comments to share your thoughts.

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