Comcast Xfinity Prospects Will Lose Free Peacock in June

Comcast Xfinity clients must begin paying for Peacock Premium. The cable firm is alerting clients that packages will now not embody a complimentary subscription to NBC’s streaming service

NBC confirmed to CNET that the change will happen on June 26, at which level eligible clients will be capable of proceed their service at a yet-to-be-announced discounted price.

Beforehand, subscribers to Comcast Xfinity’s F1 or Flex packages had entry to a free Peacock Premium account, which usually prices $5 a month and consists of advertisements. Starting on April 3, new Xfinity clients will obtain a six-month trial of Peacock Premium, after which they are going to be eligible to proceed the service on the discounted price, Variety reported on Sunday

This alteration comes on the heels of Peacock’s current resolution to finish free accounts. New Peacock customers now have to join the $5 Peacock Premium or the $10 ad-free Premium Plus membership as a way to entry NBC’s content material. 

NBC’s streaming service made sturdy features final 12 months, surpassing 20 million paid subscribers

Comcast is not the one supplier to supply a deal on Peacock Premium. DirecTV Stream presents the service to its customers for a reduced price of $3 a month