Sling TV goes live at $20 a month

Sling TV goes live at $20 a month

Sling TV goes live at $20 a month

Having been announced at CES in January, internet TV service Sling TV today debuted its service to customers across the US.

After a free 7-day trial, Sling TV is priced at $20 per month: the service requires no long-term commitment, annual cable contract, credit check or hardware installation, and customers can cancel online anytime.

“There has been a remarkable expression of consumer interest since we first announced Sling TV one month ago,” said Roger Lynch, CEO of Sling TV. “We believe Sling TV is a game-changing service that enhances the existing television landscape. Now underserved audiences have access to the best of live TV at an affordable price.”

Consumers can visit to sign up.

Click here to download the free TV Connect (28th – 30th April 2015 ExCel, London) brochure


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