Bye Cable! Top 4 live TV streaming optionsTechList The List
Netflix just announced that it has added 5.2 new subscribers! Who isn't watching the streaming giant these days? If you're still looking to get good old live TV without one of the major cable companies, then this is the perfect time for you. Jared Cotter and Tom’s Guide’s Mark Spoonauer are sorting out all of the new streaming options worth checking out.
1. Sling TV
For bargain hunters this is a great option because of how cheap the starting price is. Sling Orange is $20 for over 25 channels and Sling Blue is $25 for over 40 channels. Then you can choose from add-ons starting at $5 each, like extra sports, comedy or kids channels, so you're only getting what you actually watch.
2. YouTube TV
If you love your DVR then this one is for you because it has an unlimited DVR feature.It also comes with six accounts so each family member can have their own library. For $35 a month you'll get almost 50 channels!
3. Hulu Live
If you're all about content then this is the one for you. The way to think about their service is that it's an add-on of what they already offer so they have a great selection of TV shows and movies, and then you can add live TV on top of that. You get more than 50 channels and access Hulu Originals for $40 a month.
This one is the favorite over at Tom's Guide. There are four packages to choose from and start at $40 for over 50channels. The top package is $75 for over 90 channels. The great thing is you don't need a PlayStation to watch it. The quickness of loading channels skipping from one to the next is amazing.
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