Are you a fan of the Tampa Bay Rays, Tampa Bay Lightning, or the Miami Heat but don’t have cable? You can still watch all three teams on Bally Sports Sun (formerly Fox Sports Sun) using a live streaming service instead of cable TV. It’s cheaper than cable, and there are no long term contracts so you can cancel any time. This guide will explain how you can watch online through the web or on your TV by using a streaming device like a Roku.
Streaming Services that Carry Bally Sports Sun Live
This article covers the live TV streaming services that offer Bally Sports Sun in their channel lineup. However, you have to live in the Bally Sports Sun TV market (The Tampa and Miami Metro areas). This is true whether watching Bally Sports Sun through cable TV or any TV streaming services mentioned below.
If you don’t live in the Bally Sports Sun broadcast area and want to watch Rays, Heat, or Lightning games, you may want to look at this guide to work around sports TV blackouts. Otherwise, read on for information on watching Bally Sports Sun online.
AT&T TV Carries Bally Sports Sun
AT&T’s live streaming service is another way to watch Bally Sports Sun network live. However, you have to subscribe to their “Choice” package for $84.99 per month. You can sign up online and they don’t force you into a contract so you can cancel at any time. The service also includes a cloud DVR service and allows you to stream to 20 devices simultaneously.
AT&T TV is supported on the following devices:
- 4th Gen Apple TV
- Google Chromecast, 2nd gen and higher
- Amazon Fire TV
- Fire TV Stick
- iOS devices
- Chrome and Safari browsers
See our review of AT&T TV for more details on this streaming service.
For information on watching other TV channels online check out: How To Stream Specific TV Channels
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