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This article was published on February 9, 2015

    Sling now accepting sign-ups without invites for its live TV streaming service

    Sling now accepting sign-ups without invites for its live TV streaming service
    Abhimanyu Ghoshal
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    Sling has opened registrations for its $20 per month, US-only online TV streaming service, so you can now sign up without an invite.

    You can sign up to try the service free for a week before committing to a paid subscription.

    Announced early last month, Sling TV’s contract-less service includes popular channels like ESPN, TBS, CNN, TNT, Food Network, HGTV and Cartoon Network and supports Android, iOS, Windows, Mac and Roku.

    The basic channel package got a boost recently with the inclusion of Galavision, El Rey, and Maker. Three additional packages for news and information, kids and family-friendly content and sports are available at $5 each.

    Sling [via GigaOm]

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