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An Alternative to Cable, Satellite, & Streaming services.

The all-inclusive streaming device that delivers unlimited entertainment to your doorstep. With FreeStream, you get to watch your favorite movies, TV shows, live sporting events, and more for free. All you need is your own high-speed internet connection, and you’re good to go. Enjoy your entertainment the way it was meant to be - without subscriptions and monthly fees!

What do I need to know

If this is the first time your setting up your box please watch this video as it will not only walk you through the initial setup but also how to add your local & live channels to your favorites.

Why choose FreeStream Entertainment

No more monthly subscriptions 

Unlimited entertainment without having to break the bank. With our devices, you'll get access to all your favorite content, without the need for expensive monthly streaming service fees.

Tons of free content!

Our streaming device gives you access to all your favorite channels, including Netflix, Hulu, HBO, NFL Sunday Ticket, NBA League Pass, Showtime and Starz. With a huge selection of movies, TV shows, live news, and sporting events, you'll never have to worry about running out of things to watch.

Where to go for help

Facebook Page

Check out our Facebook page for a community of FreeStream users to answer any questions. 

Quick Start Guide

Follow these instructions during initial setup

How am I able to get all of these channels?

By connecting to the internet your able to stream your television channels directly from our servers.

When will I be able to watch new movies.

Within 90 days of it's release date you will be able to watch it instantly on demand.

Will I still get my local channels

We have 700+ local news networks on demand.  It's not all of them but it's a lot.  Ask us if we have yours.

Is it possible to record my live television?

Instead of recording live tv to your DVR just book mark them from the cloud to your favorites section.

Do you still have questions?

View answers to other Frequently asked Questions