Comcast’s Pay TV Game Gets Amazon Music

In the face of declining subscriptions, Comcast has upped its pay-TV game with the launch of Amazon Music on its Xfinity X1 platform, marking the first time ad-free, on-demand streaming is available via cable TV.

Amazon Prime members can access more than 2 million songs and thousands of playlists and stations via the system’s voice remote with the words “Amazon Music.” Subscribers to the premium Amazon Music Unlimited service now have access to 50 million songs through X1.

Comcast also offers Amazon Music through its Internet-based Xfinity Flex service.

The addition of Amazon Music follows the successful launch of Amazon Prime Video on Xfinity X1 last year, providing access to movies and shows through the X1 or the Prime Video app.

“Amazon Prime Video quickly became one of the most-viewed services on X1 following its launch last year, so we are excited to expand our collaboration and enable our customers to also enjoy Amazon Music on the biggest screen in the home,” said Comcast vice president Nancy Spears.

Visit for more information.


AV-Atmos is a platform that brings you the latest in the world of Audio, Video and phone tech. We review the latest Movie, Music albums, 4K UHD Blu-ray, AV Receivers, Power Amplifiers, Headphones amplifiers, DAC, Speakers, Subwoofers, and we also review Home Cinema technologies from all brands. Plus you'll also find unboxing and setup videos to help you get your 4K Home Theater setup and running smoothly on our youtube channel @avatmos. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us, or drop a comment we are here for you. If you're more into reading reviews as opposed to watching videos, visit We would love to hear from you. Contact us on and all major social platforms @avatmos

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *