Comcast and Apple are teaming up to bring cable TV service to Apple’s upcoming television set-top box.
Comcast will begin rolling out its cable TV streaming service on the new Apple TV set-up this spring, the companies announced Wednesday.
The service will be available on the Apple TV for $40 a month, and it’s also available on Amazon Prime Video and Hulu Plus.
Comcast has been the most successful cable provider in the U.S. since the beginning of the year, according to the UBS Group, with Comcast adding nearly 1 million customers in the first six months of 2016.
Comcast said the new service will bring its cable channels to Apple TVs and other devices.
Comms.com will also offer Comcast cable service through its online portal, Comcast Cable.com.
The site will be a part of Comcast’s Cable TV subscription service, which is currently available on select devices and will be offered on Apple TV in April.