Netflix & Comcast Kiss and Make Up

It appears the rivalry between Comcast and Netflix is in the past: Comcast will begin bundling Netflix with its plans for cable TV, phone and internet, reports The Wall Street Journal. The good news is customers will be able to pay for Netflix and Comcast services on one bill, through Comcast. Comcast will also launch offers including Netflix subscriptions. The deal marks Netflix’s first billing integration with a U.S. cable operator, but it isn't the first sign of a detente between the two companies. They agreed to make the streaming service available on the cable operator’s latest “X1” set-top boxes in 2016.

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