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THE DUSK OF DIGITAL TV IS HERE

WELCOME TO THE RISE OF STREAMING!

Cutting the cord just got easier...

Dropping TV service used to be a tough decision. Now that network fees are getting higher and providers are forced to increase rates to keep up, it’s a no-brainer to switch to streaming services paired with RiverStreet Networks high-speed internet.

More Americans than ever are cutting the cable TV cord in favor of streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney Plus, HBO Max, and Hulu. There are thousands of TV shows and movies to stream on-demand, but that’s just the beginning. Direct cable replacement services like DirecTV Stream, YouTube TV, and Sling TV can stream most live channels, sports, and news available on your cable box with no contracts to sign. And if you don’t want to pay at all, numerous other services stream free TV shows, free movies, and even live news.

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WHERE TO START?

Fast, Reliable Internet and WiFi

Most streaming TV services recommend a speed of 25 Mbps or higher, which means if you’re already a RiverStreet customer, you’re one step ahead!  Each household’s bandwidth needs will vary based on the amount of connected devices in the home and the use of the internet.  Click the link below to view the internet speeds available in your neighborhood.  Still not sure what’s best for you? Our Sales and Support Representatives are happy to chat about your bandwidth needs to make sure you’re getting the most out of the services you subscribe to. Call us at 844-238-0131

Devices for Streaming

A Smart TV will allow you to connect to the internet with no additional devices. Many Smart TVs already have streaming apps built in and are ready to go. If you do not have a Smart TV, there are many streaming devices available to choose from. Our top recommendations are Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Google TV, and Roku. No matter which you choose, they each give you access to many of the most popular music and video streaming services available.

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Live TV Streaming Options

Live TV streaming operates in much the same way as traditional TV but via your internet connection. They offer a guide, DVR, and scheduled programming. YouTube TV, DirecTV Stream, and Sling are a few fan favorites when it comes to Live TV. All of these streaming services offer a variety of channels for your viewing pleasure, with the ability to add additional packages to tailor the line up to your needs.

Around $65/mo.

85+ channels with no annual contract.

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Regional Sports Networks

Stream on Unlimited Devices

Unlimited Hours of Cloud DVR Storage

Simultaneous DVR Recordings

Access Anytime, Anywhere

Around $60+/mo.

Multiple package options with 65-140+ channels.

Voice Remote with Virtual Assistant

Regional Sports Networks

Stream on Unlimited Devices

Unlimited Hours of Cloud DVR Storage

Simultaneous DVR Recordings

Access Anytime, Anywhere

sling

Around $35+/mo.

Bundle options with 31-49 channels.

Voice Remote with Virtual Assistant

Regional Sports Networks

Stream on Unlimited Devices

Unlimited Hours of Cloud DVR Storage

Simultaneous DVR Recordings

Access Anytime, Anywhere

On Demand Streaming Options

Choosing the right streaming service for your needs will depend on a number of factors, including your budget, which exclusive programs you like the most, how many screens you want to watch on, and more.  To help you decide what to sign up for, we rounded up some of the best streaming services of 2022.

RiverStreet Networks is not endorsed by or affiliated with Apple®, Amazon®, Android®, or Google®, and all trademarks are those of their respective owners.  Listings are provided as informational use only.  Local channel availability dependent on subscription level and geographic limitations.  Prices and offerings subject to change.  Please consult the listed providers’ website for additional pricing and subscriber information. 

 

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