NimbleTV launches in New York City, streams paid TV starting at $4 per month

nimbletv-ipad-iphoneAfter nearly a year in beta testing, NimbleTV’s streaming service is at last ready for prime time. Anyone with an address in the New York City area can sign up to watch local cable programming anywhere they have a fast internet connection; they just need a web browser, an iOS device or a Roku player. Viewers with existing TV subscriptions through Cablevision, RCN, Verizon’s FiOS or Time Warner Cable can pay as little as $4 per month to add NimbleTV, while those starting fresh pay $30 or more per month. Regardless of the package, customers get between 20 to 90 hours of cloud DVR storage as part of their plan. The company isn’t providing any new expansion details at this stage, but it does promise both Android support and international TV content in the future.

NimbleTV launches in New York City, streams paid TV starting at $4 per month was last modified: December 15th, 2013 by Brian Halstrom

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