Spectrum online TV services can now be found on a number of popular streaming services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu Plus and HBO Go.
But, what about other streaming services?
According to the FCC, they can’t be a part of a “limited” tier that has “no more than a 1.5 percent increase in bandwidth per month.”
What does that mean for streaming services that don’t have the bandwidth needed to serve customers in a rural area?
According the FCC website, these “limited services” are “commercially viable but not commercially viable in their immediate future.”
For example, a service like Hulu can’t serve customers within 1.2 miles of their home, while other services like Amazon Prime can.
In some cases, these services can offer a lower price, but that price will likely be much lower than that of the most affordable streaming service on the market.
The FCC also states that “unlimited services may not serve customers less than 1,000 square feet in size.”
However, the FCC did add that “in some cases the FCC will not allow these services to be a limited service in their future.”
The FCC did not specify the exact amount of capacity that a service can offer, but it said it will allow a service to offer 100 GB for “up to 2,500 households in the same geographic area.”
For some streaming services, the amount of bandwidth that can be delivered to a customer’s TV set may not be sufficient to satisfy the FCC requirements.
For example: Hulu, for example, said that it can only deliver up to 300 GB per month, while Netflix said that its streaming service can deliver 1 GB per second.
In addition, a company called Playbook said it can deliver only 50 GB per user per month.
That is because the FCC said it would allow services like Spotify to be part of its “limited service” offering.
Netflix did not respond to a request for comment on these terms.
If you are looking for a streaming service that can offer more than 1 GB of bandwidth per user, you’ll have to look elsewhere.
If your streaming service is already in the top tier, it’s time to get out of the “limited TV” business.
Streaming services are available on an ad-supported basis, so if you want to stream some popular TV shows, you’re out of luck.
There’s a lot of competition for streaming spots on the broadcast and cable networks, but you will have to pay a lot more money to watch your favorite shows.
There are several streaming services available for the US, including Hulu Plus, HBO Go, Amazon, and Netflix.
For more information about what streaming services you can access, check out this page from the FCC.