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What happens when Roku Stream goes "live"?

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What happens when Roku Stream goes "live"?

When Comcast moves the Roku Stream app from free Beta to monthly fee, has a procedure been set up on how this will happen? Will you just pop up a simple box saying a montly fee will be charged, with a Yes/No that any child or "friend" can just say Yes to? Will it require CALLING COMCAST or some other PROOF that you are the account holder before adding a device?

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Re: What happens when Roku Stream goes "live"?


@andyross wrote:

When Comcast moves the Roku Stream app from free Beta to monthly fee, has a procedure been set up on how this will happen? Will you just pop up a simple box saying a montly fee will be charged, with a Yes/No that any child or "friend" can just say Yes to? Will it require CALLING COMCAST or some other PROOF that you are the account holder before adding a device?


i'm sure you will get notice with a time limit (or access simply stops working). My guess is it will be less than a set top box companion.



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Re: What happens when Roku Stream goes "live"?

My main worry is that they don't make it too easy to add it. It should require the same limitations as adding a physical box, with some real proof that you are an adult account holder.