This article first appeared on Wired.com.
It has been updated to include new details.
Netflix, the video-streaming company, is launching a new way for its millions of subscribers to access the service.
The company’s first foray into the home entertainment space is rolling out a streaming service that requires a cable TV subscription.
The service will be available for free to users of the new “Vue” streaming box that debuted in the U.S. on Nov. 18.
The box includes a built-in Roku 3-powered set-top box that allows users to stream video from their Roku TV, Apple TV, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Users will have to buy a separate cable TV service, however, or rent the box.
Netflix is also launching its own app for iOS and Android that will let users stream the service from a mobile device.
Users can sign up for a free trial for an iOS or Android device.
The new service will cost $9.99 per month for a 30-day trial.
Users who subscribe to Netflix via a cable or satellite TV provider will pay $9 and $14 for the 30-days, respectively, but the company is asking for users to give up a monthly TV subscription fee to sign up.
Users on Roku, Apple TVs and PlayStation 4 will need to subscribe to the service on-demand.
Users of Apple TV and PlayStation consoles that have a 4K OLED display will also need to buy the subscription.
It’s unclear when the new service could launch, though it is expected to be available in the coming months.
Netflix says it will make its home-streamers compatible with streaming services including Netflix Go and Hulu Plus.