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MTA Stream Set-up

These instructions will help you get started with your ROKU box and your MTA Stream App.

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Frequently Asked Questions for MTA Stream

Do I need an MTA Internet plan to get MTA Stream?
Yes, MTA Stream is only available to MTA Internet customers. You can pair MTA Stream with any MTA Internet plan, but please note that MTA Stream does count toward your data usage, so we strongly recommend pairing it with an Unlimited Internet plan.
Do I need to have DTV from MTA to get MTA Stream?
No, you do not need DTV to get MTA Stream.
Is MTA Stream content available on demand?

No, MTA Stream is live streaming content. You have live access to local channels. Currently, the MTA Stream App does not offer a recording option, so content must be viewed at the time of airing.

What equipment do I need to access the MTA Stream App?
You will need a Roku Box. These are available at any MTA store. Once you have your Roku box:

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Can I access MTA Stream on my smartphone or tablet?

Yes, you can download and use the app on your smartphone or tablet, but it will only stream content if the device is connected to MTA internet. It will not work over wireless service or on another provider’s internet.

Can I download MTA Stream on any other streaming devices?

Right now the MTA Stream App is only downloadable on Roku.

Does MTA Stream give me access to other streaming services, like Netflix?

No. You will have access to other streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Sling on your Roku box, but MTA Stream is an application like Sling or Netflix that you access through your Roku box. Netflix, Hulu and are other services you can choose to watch through your Roku box, but they are separate subscriptions that bill separately, not through MTA.