Sling TV on Android for as Little as $20 a Month

May 30, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The Android TV platform is on an essay to hurl itself forward towards the rest. And in the process, they have roped in the services of Sling, which will carry along the low-rate packages to the Android TVs.

The Sling TV app has made its touchdown although only on Nexus Player and other 2015 Android TVs by Sony and Sharp.

The list does omit Google Chromecast stick, but Sling has assured that it will soon roll out the version for Chromecast.

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Subscription prices for the selective channels start from $20 a month, which includes 20 live channels like 20 live channels, including ESPN, TNT, Food Network, and CNN.

Users could also subscribe to the ‘Deportes Extra’ add-on pack, bringing another batch of live stream channels from the source. The addition to the package would be the ESPN Deportes, which would join the list of Univision, UniMás, Univision Deportes, and beIN Sports en Español for the rate of $5 a month.

Fresh users can avail a 7-day free trial subscription pack. Besides, the app also brings a 50% discount on Nexus Player if you opt for a three-month subscription package in Sling TV.

Available for $100, Nexus Player puts the preference on Google-related stream services rather than on Netflix and Hulu.

Introduction of Sling TV can be anticipated as the addition of more services into the narrow list of Android TV apps. Currently the list is made only by Nexus Player and Forge TV by Razer. The upcoming addition is the one from NVidia which will also be fielding 4K support on it.

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