The cable company announced a change Tuesday morning that will enable customers to stream video from Comcast’s network to their TV set’s Internet service.
The new feature, known as Comcast Fiber, is available in the U.S. and is available for free.
It’s also available for purchase by paying $30 per month, Comcast said.
“We’ve taken an important step to enable more people to have more choice when it comes to choosing what services they watch and where they can see it,” Comcast’s general manager for digital content, marketing and partnerships, Dan Lavergne, said in a statement.
“With this new feature available, we can now offer more choice for our customers and we are pleased to bring the service to our U.K. customers.”
Comcast Fiber is a major overhaul of the cable company’s video streaming services that will make it easier for customers to get the latest TV shows and movies.
The change lets customers stream videos to Comcast’s TV service without paying an extra fee.
The new feature lets customers watch streaming videos and download movies without paying extra fees.
It is unclear how many of Comcast’s new subscribers will be able to access the new service.
Comcast did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
A Comcast spokesperson said the company has been working with a number of cable operators to improve the customer experience and improve broadband and other services, and that it will release more information about the change “in the coming days.”
Comcast Fiber will be available for $35 per month with a 30-day trial.