Are National Geographic Channels Available On Cue Streaming?


The Nat Geo channels are massively popular with documentary/nature enthusiasts, so any streaming/cable service really needs to have them to make customers think of switching over.

What about the newcomer Cue Streaming service? Have they got this box checked to make sure Nat Geo fans are covered? Thankfully, it’s good news!

All the National Geographic channels are available on Cue Streaming:

  • Nat Geo (East)
  • Nat Geo (West)
  • Nat Geo Mundo
  • Nat Geo Wild (East)

Here’s a snapshot of what displays when you search the Cue Streaming TV Guide under all channels for Nat Geo:

 

In other words, if you watch these channels, you’re covered if you switch to the Cue Streaming service – they’ll all on there.

What Other Channels Are Available On Cue Streaming?

This new service has got a very impressive selection of channels available – most or all of what you currently watch with your current provider, probably for a better price as well.

Here’s a snapshot of some popular channels offered:

Of interest to Nat Geo fans might also be the Discovery Channels, and the Science channels.

The total selection currently runs to a couple of thousand channels, but as a rule of thumb, pretty much any channel you are currently used to watching is very likely to also be available on Cue Streaming.

See here for our guide on searching the entire Cue Streaming channel catalogue to see if a channel you want is available on there (you can do this without needing to create an account).

Getting Started With Cue Streaming

If you like the selection and the pricing of the Cue service, getting started is pretty easy.

Here are the general steps:

  1. If you want to watch through a TV, you’ll need a Firestick if you don’t already have one. They’re available cheap on Amazon. You also need a live internet service.
  2. Go to the Cue Streaming website
  3. Click Sign Up and fill in your details
  4. Pay your subscription ($59.99/month, 5 devices per account, no contract, no set up fees, cancel anytime).
  5. Run through some easy initial setup depending on your device (TV setup takes a few more steps but isn’t hard).
  6. You’re good to go, watching most or all of the channels you currently watch.

Oliver

Online gamer and general home networking enthusiast. I like to create articles to help people solve common home networking problems.

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