We have a multitude of streaming platform offers where you can view your favorite documentaries, series and movies, and although we have some popular and well-known ones such as Netflix, HBO Max or Disney+, among others, we also have those that opt for the FAST format.
The format FASTeither free ad-supported streaming television In English, it is basically traditional television but taken to the Internet, and with much higher quality content.
It’s basically a way of seeing television free with hundreds of channels enabled, but having to view a series of advertising breaks from time to time, for the business to be profitable.
Surely Pluto TV comes to mind, but there are also other alternatives such as Xumo TV and that recently also arrived in our country.
By way of introduction, Xumo TV is a free, FAST-type television streaming service that Comcast bought in 2020.
Since the beginning of the year it has already been unofficially available in Spain, after having previously been in places such as the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom or France, among others.
Xumo TV offers 250 television channels that you can view for free, at the cost of certain commercial breaksthat is to say, like DTT now, but with a greater variety of channels.
We are not going to list all the channels because they change depending on the market, but we have some well-known ones such as Euronews, USA Today, The Hollywood Reporter, People TV, Billboard, Vanity Fair, Xplore, Motorvision, Vogue, and many more, and that you can now view completely free on your compatible device.
Its weak point: compatible devices
And we are talking about compatible devices, because at the moment Xumo TV is found on Smart TVs with Android TV/Google TV and on the Amazon Fire TV stick, and especially on LG smart televisions where it is installed as standard.
At the moment it is not available on consoles or through viewing in a dedicated application on the mobile phone or even through the web, but there are more than enough options.
In this way, you have a new offer to view hundreds of well-known channels for free, having to view a series of ads from time to time.