Starting today, YouTube TV is now on Xfinity Flex, giving Comcast’s Internet customers another option to enjoy live TV alongside a growing collection of streaming services available on the device.
New and existing YouTube TV customers can access the service on Flex by saying “YouTube TV” into the Xfinity Voice Remote or by clicking on the new YouTube TV app. YouTube TV offers access to more than 85 channels including major broadcast and popular cable networks along with local and national live sports, breaking news, must-see shows the moment they air, and unlimited cloud DVR.
“The launch of YouTube TV on Flex is another example of how we surround our broadband service with value, giving our customers access to all their preferred content and subscriptions on one device powered by our award-winning entertainment and voice platform,” said Colin Petrie-Norris, Senior Vice President, Consumer Entertainment, Xfinity.
YouTube TV joins hundreds of other streaming services available on Flex, all integrated into one voice-enabled and easy-to-navigate experience. YouTube TV is also available on XClass TV, Comcast’s new smart TV that brings the company’s award-winning entertainment platform previously only available to Xfinity customers in Comcast’s cable footprint to consumers nationwide.