After months of rumors CenturyLink today announced their live TV streaming service. CenturyLink Stream is a new service from CenturyLink that delivers instant access to live and on-demand sports, news and entertainment programming, including Latino and local channels. It’s available today on Roku players and Roku TVs in the U.S. The service will also work on phones and tablets along with Laptops and PCs. You can even buy a CenturyLink branded Android TV player that is special built for the service.
CenturyLink Stream offers two base packages – both include Cloud DVR for recording programs.
▪ The Ultimate package, priced at $45/month, features more than 45 channels, including local ABC NBC, Telemundo, UniMás s, and Univision stations in select marketsand national channels, including A&E, CNBC, Discovery Channel, Disney Channel, ESPN, Food Network, HGTV, HISTORY, MSNBC and USA. New and existing CenturyLink High-Speed Internet (HSI) customers are eligible to receive a $5 monthly discount off the $45 Ultimate package price.
▪ The Latino package, priced at $15/month, features 27 Spanish-speaking channels, including Azteca, BeIn Sports, Discovery en Espanol, ViendoMovies and Univision Networks – Univision Deportes Network, Galavision, Univision, UniMás and others.
The only downside seems to be the lack off any Fox channels. Currently their site shows no FX, FS1, FOX, and more.
CenturyLink Stream also offers a wide range of add-on genre packages including Kids & Family, Lifestyle, Movies, News & Information, Sports and Variety. Latino genre packages include Deportes and Peliculas with movies from México, Latin America and Hollywood. Subscribers can also rent movies from a large variety of on-demand options and add a la carte premium channels like SHOWTIME®.
After a 7-day free trial, CenturyLink Stream packages start at $15/month with add-on options as low as $5/month. These add-ons include Sports Extra, Disney Family Moviees, Kids & Family, News & Info, and more.
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