Watch: Comcast to Start Offering Netflix in Cable Bundles

Comcast to Start Offering Netflix in Cable Bundles The cable company is teaming up with the streaming giant in an attempt to keep their subscribers from cutting the cord. The fees for Netflix will be built into Comcast customer bills and the price will vary market to market. This is the second time the companies have partnered together, first coming together in 2016 to offer Netflix on Comcast X1, an all-in-one platform for Comcast customers. Our partnership with Comcast on Xfinity X1 has brought easy access to Netflix for our mutual customers. We can’t wait to introduce more X1 customers to Netflix with Xfinity’s new packaged offers.

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