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Spectrum’s A La Carte TV Streaming Package Now Offers A 7 Day Free Trial

Father curled up on the sofa with his two daughters. They are watching a movie with popcorn.Last year Spectrum TV started to quietly allow customers to sign up for a small a la carte package of 10 channels you pick and you get your locals for $21.99 a month. The package offers your locals including PBS and 25 music channels. From there you can pick 10 additional channels from a long list of channels including AMC, Cartoon Network, Comedy Central, ESPN, FOX News, Hallmark Channel, NFL Network, The Weather Channel, and more.

You can even add premium networks like HBO, Showtime, STARZ, and more for an extra fee. The tough part is at first there was no free trial. Quickly Spectrum offered a 30-day money back deal that let you get your money back if you didn’t like the service but you still had to pay upfront. Now Spectrum is offering a 7-day free trial letting you test out the service before you ever pay.

There is no box fee as you can stream your content through their Roku channel. If you want a DVR though you will have to pay to rent a DVR box though.

According to our reader, the service costs $21.99 for the first 24 months. (no contract cancel anytime.) After that, the price could go up. You will also need Spectrums internet service to get the a la carte TV package.

Do you subscribe to Spectrums $21.99 a la carte TV service? Leave us a comment and let us know what you think of their service.

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