Showtime Available On Apple TV Without A Cable Subscription

Posted: Jul 8 2015, 11:34am CDT | by , in Apple


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Showtime available on Apple TV without a cable subscription

A thirty-day free trial version of Showtime available on Apple TV

Apple TV owners can, at long last, get an access to the Showtime's series and films without a cable membership; this amazing offer is finally starting from today.

Following in the way of HBO Now, the company simply dispatched its stand-alone streaming package that operates at iOS gadgets and Apple TV, and it is way less expensive than HBO.

Showtime has had an Apple TV channel for quite a long time, yet in the event that you needed to watch anything on it you needed to have a nearby cable membership to get an access to the content. The new service is putting forth new clients a free 30-day trial to get boundless access to shows like Homeland, Masters of Sex, Ray Donovan, Dexter, and Shameless, no cable membership needed. There are likewise films, documentaries, and boxing accessible for streaming too. After the 30-day trial package, the service will continue with the subscription of $10.99 per month.

This news is not sudden or unexpected, as Showtime was working to create such a platform in summer and the release date was already expected to be in July. For those who do not have an Apple TV, Showtime is also planning to launch an official iOS app that will be accessible from an iPhone through Apple’s App store. Owners of a Roku set-top box or Sony’s Vue service will also be able to access this new, no cable Showtime service, very soon.

As mentioned above, the free version starts from today and the cable subscription will begin after 30 days.

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