TV was meant to be watched this way.

When you stream, you can save money and watch what you love, including live TV. Getting started is easy—here’s how to do it.

  • Start with truly fast Internet
  • Connect your TV
  • Choose your services

Gigabit Internet

  • Upload and download speeds up to 1 Gigabit (1000 Mbps)
  • Stream on 20+ devices at a time
  • Unlimited data

Start with truly fast Internet.

Go faster for the best experience. One of the perks of having gigabit Internet in your home is that you can stream in 4K Ultra HD without any buffering or interruptions. That means no waiting to watch your favorite shows or any sudden pauses in the middle of dramatic moments.

Connect your TV (or other screen) to the Internet.

You just need a device like a Chromecast, Roku player, Apple TV, or Amazon Fire TV. Not every TV will need a device to connect to the Internet. Smart TVs make streaming easy because they’re already connected to the Internet. You can also watch on a tablet, mobile device, or computer.

Choose your services, and watch what you love.

There’s a lot to watch, so pick what works best for you based on your TV-watching habits. Watch live TV with a cable replacement like YouTube TV or Hulu + Live TV. You can also watch live TV through an online broadcast. If you want to watch shows and movies on-demand, try an aggregator like Netflix or Hulu, or an app from a specific channel, like HBO Now. You have the freedom to choose your subscriptions, so mix and match to create your own custom streaming “package.”

Now get ready to spend some quality time with your couch.

Ready to stream? Try YouTube TV with gigabit Internet.

  • Watch live and local TV from 70+ channels, including sports and news
  • Exclusive access to YouTube original shows
  • Unlimited DVR storage space and keep your recordings for 9 months
  • No cable box, long-term contracts, or hidden fees

New to Google Fiber? Get YouTube TV with truly fast gigabit Internet.

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Already a Google Fiber customer? Visit YouTube TV.

FAQs

expand_more What exactly is streaming?
Streaming is when whatever you’re watching is delivered through the Internet as opposed to traditional cable or satellite methods.
expand_more Why should I stream with Google Fiber?
While slower Internet connections can support limited streaming, gigabit Internet makes it even better. When you watch with Google Fiber’s gigabit Internet, you’ll get to watch in 4K Ultra HD without buffering, interruptions, and with top-notch picture quality. You’ll also be able to watch on multiple screens throughout your house at the same time without compromising your viewing experience.

And with all the bandwidth you get with gigabit Internet, everyone can watch on multiple devices at the same time. You won’t ever have to miss the finale of your favorite series because it’s on at the same time as the big game—or vice versa.
expand_more How do I know if I have a smart TV?
A smart TV is a TV that connects to the Internet. It will have an ethernet jack to connect to the Internet or a menu will pop up asking you for the Wi-Fi password. If your TV hasn’t given you some option to connect to the Internet, it’s probably not a smart TV. Don’t worry, though—you can use a device to connect your TV to the Internet.
expand_more If I cut the cord completely, will I still be able to watch live TV?
Yes! No need to miss out on breaking news, sports, award shows, or your favorite reality shows. There are several ways to watch live TV without cable, including watching with a cable-replacement like YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV, or fuboTV, watching on broadcast networks’ websites, or watching over the air with a digital antenna. (That one’s not streaming, but it is a way to catch your favorite live programming without cable.)
expand_more What devices can I use to stream?
You can stream on any device that can connect to the Internet! One of the benefits of streaming is that you can watch on a Smart TV, computer, tablet, or mobile phone. You can also watch on a regular TV—all you have to do is connect your TV to the Internet by using a device like an Apple TV, Chromecast, or a Roku player.

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