Why Choose Streaming?
Streaming TV made quick and easy!
There are many options when it comes to streaming which means switching from traditional TV doesn’t mean you have to give up your favorite channels. There are good reasons why four out of every five homes in the U.S. are now subscribing to at least one streaming service:
Many people are replacing costly traditional TV plans with much more affordable streaming services, some of which have free trial periods. Plus, stop getting charged for channels you never watch and cancel anytime with monthly billing.
Nobody wants to be tied to a TV schedule. Streaming lets you watch what you want, when you want and where you want.
Streaming services make recommendation on what series or movie to watch next based on your viewing profiles.
Simple Streaming in 3 Steps
1. Choose Your Ideal Internet Speed
Selecting the optimal bandwidth for your household is the first step to streaming. View our broadband calculator to help you decide which level of service is best for you.
2. Get a Streaming Device
You might have a streaming device and not even know it. Many Smart TVs are streaming devices that can play almost all streaming services. If you don’t have a Smart TV, you will need a streaming device such as a Roku or Firestick. You can watch most streaming services on your phone or computer as well.
3. Review Your Streaming Service Options
To find out which streaming service is best for you, check out MyBundle.TV. This will show you which streaming services have your favorite shows, channels and sports.
Q: What is streaming?
A: Streaming refers to any media content you watch or listen to on a TV, computer, or mobile device using your Internet. Podcasts, movies, TV shows, and music are common forms of streaming content. If you have ever watched something on Netflix or Prime Video, or listened to music on Spotify or Pandora, you have streamed.
Q: Can I cancel my TV service and keep my Internet?
Q: Will this affect the Internet service I currently have with NVC?
A: In general, this will not affect your Internet service. Depending on the Internet tier of service you are presently at you may want to consider increasing your Internet speed.
Q: What do I need to stream?
A: The first thing you will need is a device to stream on. There are many options such as, Roku, Apple TV+, Fire TV, or a smart TV. The next thing you will need is a streaming TV service and account. Some of these include Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV, and DirecTV Stream. And finally, you will need NVC Internet (if you don’t already have it). Our CSRs will be glad to help you find a speed that is right for you. The right speed is very important for a quality experience. It is dependent on how many people are in your home, and how many devices are using the Internet at the same time.
Q: How can I watch the local broadcast stations?
A: Local stations are a part of Hulu + Live TV, DirecTV Stream, YouTube TV, and FuboTV.