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Sling Out of Beta, Adds Even More Channels


Today Sling TV has officially announced their new channel packages. This was previously announced as a beta program.  Furthermore, they have added a slew of new channels. The base packages added channels like NBC, USA, Bravo, Syfy, BBC America, BBC World News and more. There are also additions to the add-on packages like E!, CNBC, MSNBC, Oxygen, Golf and NBCUniverso.  You can check out all the new offerings here.

A Summary of Sling TV’s Changes

The new name of Slings multi-stream offering is “Sling Blue.” It will now cost new customers $25 a month, but according to their website early adopters of the multi-stream beta offering will continue to pay $19.99 for the foreseeable future. Sling Blue will continue to be multi-stream and will add  NBC, USA, Bravo, NBC Sports Network (NBCSN), Syfy, BBC America and more.

The former Single Stream best of Live TV package is now branded as “Sling Orange” and will now include BBC America. The price of Sling Orange will remain $20 per month.

The following is a summary of all the changes according to Sling TV’s website:

You can check out my full review of Sling TV for more information.

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