The number of networks that have already signed up for TV streaming services is growing, with several of the most recent entrants seeing an increase in subscribers as new competitors take on the role of the established players.
The big five broadcast networks — ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX and CNN — have all said they are interested in offering high-definition television.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the streaming services could be available by early 2018.
In early 2018, Dish, Verizon, AT&T, Comcast, T-Mobile, and Verizon FiOS will offer the streaming service for $15 per month for two years.
AT&s service, which includes ESPN and other sports content, is also expected to launch in 2018.
AT & T-mobile said it is also working on a streaming service with the Federal Communications Commission.
And T-Mo said it has signed up customers to a new streaming service, with plans to roll out the service by the end of the year.
In 2018, the five largest networks will offer services that can stream at a maximum of 50Mbps to users who have a broadband connection.
Those users will pay an additional $15 a month for high-quality streaming.
These new services are expected to compete with Comcast, which has been offering its own streaming service in the past few months.
Comcast said in a statement that the new service is a way to offer additional choices to customers, while keeping up with evolving consumer needs.
Comcast said the service will include a variety of services that will help to provide a better user experience, including live TV, cable TV, online video, and broadband.
The service will also be available to Comcast customers without a cable or satellite TV subscription, and Comcast customers who are in the United States who have an unlimited-data plan.