Comcast will offer a $1 per month package for Comcast video streaming subscribers.
The service is available in the US and Canada.
Comcast said in a blog post that the offer is available starting today.
Comcast says its offering is for a monthly fee of $75, which covers the $7.99 per month monthly bill.
It says the new plan will come with one of four packages: $2.99 a month for cable TV, cable internet, and broadband services.
The other packages will include $10 a month wireless internet, $15 a month home security services, and $30 a month video entertainment.
Comcast is offering the new video package through its TV Everywhere service.
The TV Everywhere package includes video, broadband, and a phone app.
Comcast’s service is only available in select cities.
The company said customers will have to pay Comcast a $30 per month fee to add the service.
Comcast has previously announced plans to offer a video subscription service, called Internet TV.
Comcast currently offers video streaming services from its Xfinity TV service.
A Comcast spokesperson said the new package will only be available in a handful of markets, but the company is looking into extending the offer nationwide.
The New York Times reported on Wednesday that Comcast is considering offering its video streaming service through a new partnership with YouTube.
Comcast and YouTube have a long history of working together.
Last year, Comcast and Google launched a partnership called XfinaiTV.