StreamSaver image via Xfinity

On Tuesday, Comcast officially announced its new StreamSaver bundle, available to its customers.

The bundle includes access to Apple TV+, Netflix, and Peacock, and costs $15 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,” 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.”

Details about the bundle broke last week.

StreamSaver includes access to Apple TV+, Netflix’s Standard with ads plan, and Peacock Premium. It is available for Xfinity Internet and TV customers across the country. It can also further be bundled with Xfinity’s NOW TV for a total of $30.

Comcast’s decision to launch this bundle comes after Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery announced a new streaming bundle of their own earlier this month, including Disney+, Hulu, and Max. Further details of that bundle have yet to be revealed.

Disney, Fox, and WBD are also teaming up on a new live sports streaming joint venture called Venu Sports, with a targeted launch later this year.

[Comcast image via Comcast]

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