Google Fiber TV Gets Streaming ESPN, Disney Content

Josh WolfordIT Management

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If you're a Google Fiber TV customer, your package just got a bit sweeter.

Today, Google announced that they've struck a deal to bring their Fiber TV customer access to WatchESPN and WATCH Disney - all you have to do is log in with your Google Fiber TV credentials and you'll have access to all the sports and kids content that ESPN and Disney have to offer on the web and via their streaming apps.

Here's the smattering of content you'll get:

ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, ESPN3, ESPN Deportes, ESPNEWS, ESPN Goal Line, ESPN Buzzer Beater, Disney Channel, Disney Junior and Disney XD.

And you'll get access to all this content for free. Google has also recently upped their sports offerings on Fiber TV by adding a Sports Plus package, which gives customers 12 sports networks including NFL RedZone, MLB Strike Zone, HRTV, and Universal Sports Network - all for an additional $10 a month.

Back in April, Google Fiber TV added HBO and Cinemax packages. They also launched a Google Fiber TV app earlier this year.

If you're looking to stream all the new ESPN and Disney content on the go, you'll likely find limited to no interruptions. As far as streaming speeds go, Google Fiber is pretty much at the top of the list.

Of course, Google Fiber is still a pipedream for many high-speed internet-deprived Americans. Signups for Google Fiber's latest expansion, Provo, Utah, went live a couple of weeks ago.

Josh Wolford
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