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StreamSaver: Comcast introduces $15 bundle of Peacock, Netflix, and Apple TV+

Updated May 21st, 2024 11:19AM EDT
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Comcast is about to fix one of the most annoying aspects of subscribing to multiple streaming providers.

Following the recent announcement that a combined Disney+, Hulu, and Max streaming bundle will launch later this summer, Comcast is likewise preparing to launch a three-way streaming package next week to offer its own broadband, TV, and mobile customers. This new “StreamSaver” bundle will combine Netflix, Peacock, and Apple TV+, and it will do so at a price of $15/month with no annual contract.

That’s a decent savings over the $25 that it costs to subscribe to all three, given that the cheapest way to enjoy each of them right now is by paying $7.99/month for ad-supported Peacock Premium starting in July; $6.99/month for Netflix Basic with ads, and $9.99/month for the standard Apple TV+ plan. “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,” said Dave Watson, CEO of Connectivity and Platforms, Comcast.

“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 offer is launching at a time when Comcast’s own Peacock streamer continues to add so many subscribers at a rapid clip that it’s become the fastest-growing streamer in the US. It offers subscribers everything from live sports to reality TV from channels like Bravo as well as a growing lineup of critically acclaimed original series like Poker Face.

Apple TV+, meanwhile, arguably has a strong hit-to-miss ratio and offers what I’d argue is a stronger slate of original content thanks to series like Silo, Foundation, Acapulco, Slow Horses, Tehran, and Ted Lasso. But neither Peacock nor Apple TV+, of course, are Netflix, which remains the biggest and most important streamer of them all and the #1 must-have option for most consumers — so much so that it tends to relegate all of the other options to being mere add-ons, assuming a consumer can afford them.

To sign up for the StreamSaver package, customers can visit Credit to Comcast for presenting a creative solution to a vexing problem.

Andy Meek Trending News Editor

Andy Meek is a reporter based in Memphis who has covered media, entertainment, and culture for over 20 years. His work has appeared in outlets including The Guardian, Forbes, and The Financial Times, and he’s written for BGR since 2015. Andy's coverage includes technology and entertainment, and he has a particular interest in all things streaming.

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