(Reuters) – Comcast Corp (O:) is planning to launch a new product that will allow its broadband subscribers to aggregate some video streaming applications, including Netflix (NASDAQ:) and YouTube, CNBC reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter.
The product, set to be launched next year, will come with a voice-activated remote and will first be a set-top box, but it could turn into an app itself, CNBC said https://www.cnbc.com/2018/11/07/comcast-making-video-streaming-box-for-broadband-only-customers.html.
Comcast has not decided how much it will charge per month for the device, the report said.
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