Are you wondering how many Stremium simultaneous streams you can use with your subscription? In this guide from Flixed, we’ll discuss everything you need to know about this service, and how many simultaneous streams it supports. Let’s get started.
Stremium Has No Limit On Simultaneous Streams
First, let’s answer your question. Stremium has no built-in limit on how many devices can watch at once. In most cases, you can watch on unlimited devices. You could watch on an Android phone, a Roku streaming stick, an Amazon Fire tablet, and an Android smart TV – all at once! This applies for all Stremium plans.
This makes Stremium a good option for large families and households. Chances are, you and everyone in your home can watch simultaneously, without worrying about running into stream limits or blocks. However, there’s a catch.
Some TV Networks Or Providers May Limit Simultaneous Streams
If you’re using Stremium Basic to watch Stremium channels and you have attached a TV provider – for example, Spectrum or Sling TV – you may run into some limits on how many different devices can stream simultaneously. Every TV provider sets their own limits on how many “TV Everywhere” streams can be used at once.
In addition, some specific networks may place limits on how many streams their content can be shown on. ESPN may have a different limit than NBC, for example. Often, the only way to figure out these limits is trial and error.
Stremium Lets You DVR Shows Simultaneously, Too
Along with unlimited simultaneous streams, you can also DVR shows simultaneously with Stremium Basic. You can set your DVR to record as many shows as you want – as long as you don’t go over your 25-hour limit.
So, for example, you could use Stremium to record a Monday Night Football game that starts at 8:15 PM on ESPN, while also recording shows that start at 8:00 on the same night. This makes it easier to save, record, and watch your favorite content.