Which Cordcutting Service is Better, Comes Down to What you Value the Most!
When Sling TV first launched in 2015, they were the only kids on the block that allowed you to live stream dozens of television channels without a cable subscription. It was great because there were no contracts, no commitments, and at $20 a month it was dirt cheap compared to the cable alternative.
Not to mention Sling TV gave us ESPN without cable, which is a huge boon to people that love watching sports but hate paying for cable.
But with the launch of PlayStation Vue, Sling TV is no longer the only player in town and now the upstart service is hoping to give Sling TV a run for its money. The question for cord cutters now is which service should they go with, and today we’re going to take a look at each one to see how they compare against one another.
Let’s get started! Continue reading Sling vs Vue – 2017 Review
Streaming to multiple devices is no longer an issue with Sling TV’s Multi-Stream package
One of my favorite online streaming services has to be Sling TV (click here for a free trial). If you are new to Sling TV, make sure you read our in-depth overview.
As a cord cutting sports fan, I have really appreciated being able to live stream ESPN and sporting events like March Madness without cable. But one thing about Sling TV that’s always bothered me has been the fact that I could only stream it on one device as a time; but that’s about to change.
Earlier this month, Sling TV unveiled a brand new streaming “default” package, appropriately named “Multi-Stream”. There are a few key differences between the Multi and Single stream packages, so let’s do a quick rundown on the changes
*** To learn about last month’s changes to Sling TV’s offering, check out “Whats New With Sling TV“.
First, let’s start with what you’ll get. Continue reading Sling TV new “Multi-Stream” Package