At CES 2015 Dish announced a new internet TV service called Sling TV. This service is aimed at those who want to ditch cable TV, but still want to watch TV. Sling TV will deliver a limited number of TV channels for $20 per month, and it the device has now been launched.
When Sling TV was unveiled at CES 2015 the company told interested users to register so that they would receive invitations to try the service when it was launched. Well, now these users will begin receiving their invites.
The service will actually be free for a week before they have to pay $20 to continue with the subscription. Another good thing about this service is that there are no contracts, so users can cancel their subscriptions at any time. This should please many cord-cutters.
For $20 per month you get access to channels like CNN, ESPN, ESPN2, Travel Channel, Maker, HGTV, Food Network, TNT, TBS, ABC Family, Cartoon Network and Disney channel. You can still pay extra for separate channel packages that bring channels like Disney XD and Boomerang, HLN, Cooking Channel, DIY and Bloomberg to Sling TV. Registration will be open yo everyone next month.
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