Sling TV, which is a part Dish Networks just launched its streaming TV service to all users in the United States, pointing in particular to users who do not have cable and satellite television. With a monthly fee of $20 for 15 channels in the core package, among which are ESPN, ESPN2, CNN, Cartoon Network, and many more package that will be added soon. On top of that, Sling added also AMC, as reported by the company itself, although it is not known if enter other channels owned by AMC Networks. In addition, three other packages of additional channels for five dollars each month.
Forn an additional $5, you can add ESPNU, Universal Sports, ESPN Buzzer Beater, ESPN Bases Loaded, Univision Deportes, SEC Network, ESPNews, beIN Sports, and ESPN Goal Line, with the new ‘Sports Extra’ package. Sling TV ends its beta stage, which was previously available only for guest users, giving initially released in the last January at CES. This new service may be used on one device at a time, with support for Android, iOS, Windows, Mac and Roku platforms. In addition, it will also be without advanced features like the ability to move forward or backward in a program that is currently watching or the possibility of seeing a program broadcast in the last 72 hours in most of the networks due to contractual restrictions.
Users, in any case, may cancel their subscriptions at any time without penalty. Before purchasing a paid subscriptions, there is a complimentary 7 week free trial. The package online TV, the first of its kind, is accepting to all who subscribe to Sling.com.
Initially Tv Sling can be seen on the following devices: Roku current generation; TV models Roku, Android, iOS, Mac and PC devices with support for Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick in the coming days.