Sling TV by Dish Network end its invite-only period and made it official for US
Dish Sling TV ends its invite period
As Dish announced its new service “Sling TV” to be used as a substitute to the Cable network earlier this year at CES 2015. At that time Dish executives claimed that services would probably launch this coming summer. A few weeks ago Sling TV was made available on an invite basis only. But it seems like it has been a great journey since the announcement has been made that is why Sling TV is now officially available publicly. Sling TV officially launched today in the latest bid to provide its users with a deadly streaming TV alternative, that too with a completely new feature oriented experience.
As i wrote earlier, Sling TV can be used from iOS and Android devices such as Tablets and PC’s, it can be subscribed online and can be watched through various devices. Other than that, it will be made available on TV devices, Google Nexus Player, Xbox and other smart TV’s including LG, Samsung and Amazon’s Fire TV.
The streaming costs on Sling TV costs about $20 per month and initially offers thirteen channels which includes Cartoon Network, ESPN, ESPN 2, TBS, TNT, Travel Channel, CNN, HGTV, Maker Studio, Adult Swim, Disney Channel and ABC Family. Dish subscribers can also add more channels for $5 to the package only.