Google, Facebook, and Netflix to launch ‘free to watch’ satellite internet service in 2018
By the end of the year, the internet giant, Facebook and Netflix will begin offering free to watch satellite internet access, a move that could be the most disruptive for those hoping for a better internet experience.
Google, Facebook’s parent company, announced a deal in March that allows the internet giants to offer internet service to anyone with a compatible device and a TV, including customers of its YouTube video-streaming service.
The move was made in an effort to boost the number of internet users who have access to the internet.
Netflix, which has its own video-on-demand service, announced plans to offer its own satellite internet on Monday.
“This new service, free to view, will give people more choices,” Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg said at the time.
“We hope that many more people will take advantage of it.”
“It’s not just for the people that we’ve made available.
It’s for the many who have missed out on the benefits of this service,” he said.”
People will be able to watch videos, and they will be connected to their friends.
That’s a huge step forward for our future.”
Netflix, which offers a “bundled” version of its video service, has a new deal with AT&T, which will allow its subscribers to watch its video content through the company’s own app.
“We’ve got a lot of plans in store for the next few years, and we’re very excited to be joining the fight to bring the best online experience to our customers,” Netflix CEO Reed Hastings said at a media event in October.
“It’s a big step forward to see what we can do with these new technologies, and it’s one that we’re excited to bring to our users.”
In addition to the new service and its content, Netflix has also announced plans for a new streaming service that it hopes will allow users to stream shows, movies, and TV shows from across the internet without leaving their home network.
Netflix CEO Hastings described the new streaming video service as the “Netflix of the future.”
“We want to build a platform that makes it easy for people to enjoy the best content on the web, and to connect with their friends and family from anywhere,” he wrote in a blog post announcing the new venture.
“Our goal is to build an internet that is truly universal, one that lets everyone be connected and get the best out of their internet experience.”
The service will be available to all US residents who have a “high-speed internet connection,” according to Netflix, but it’s not yet clear if the service will also be available in other countries.
The service will not be available on devices that run Android.