Spectrum Raises the Price of Their Live TV Streaming Service

A young woman is sitting in her kitchen and is loking at her receipts at home while using a smart phoneIt looks like Spectrum is up to their old tricks. Last year, Spectrum TV launched a new live TV streaming service called Stream. If you are a Spectrum internet customer you could add 25 TV channels, including locals, to your internet service.

There were a few catches right off the bat like a broadcast TV fee. Now it costs more. At launch, the service cost $19.95 a month, but now they have raised the price to $21.99 a month.

The good news is they have raised the on-demand titles from 5,000 to 10,000 giving you more on-demand content.

Spectrum TV Stream is currently supported on Roku, iOS, Android, Kindle Fire tablets, Xbox One, and Samsung smart TVs. At this time there is still no support for Apple TV or the Fire TV.

We are not sure if this price change will be for just new customers or if existing customers will see the price hike. Are you a subscriber? Let us know if your bill went up.

Legal Details

Limited time offer; subject to change; restrictions apply; availability of offer based on service address and valid to qualified residential customers who have no outstanding obligation to Charter. **Spectrum Premium Pack: Price is $15/mo. for years 1-2; standard rates apply after year 2. Taxes, fees and surcharges extra. For Risk-Free, 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee, visit Spectrum.com/guarantee. Channel availability based on level of service. Additional equipment may be required to access PEG channels. Account credentials may be required to stream some TV content online. Apps are free with corresponding level of service. Services subject to all applicable service terms and conditions, subject to change. Services not available in all areas. Restrictions apply. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

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