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Sling TV is going up in price

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Sling TV is one of the most popular TV streaming services in the United States. If you were interested in checking it out, we have some (perhaps) sad news: it’s going up in price.

Sling TV has announced that it will offer more local channels from now on; more specifically, it will be able to broadcast ABC, FOX and NBC in more areas. The bad thing is that, as a result of the offer of these channels, the price of the service will rise in some markets. If you live in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, and the San Francisco metropolitan area, the service will cost an additional $5 per month. New local channels are being added in a total of eight regions, but only five of them will see a price increase.

Sling TV was pretty much one of the pioneers of live TV online, and to date, it remains one of the most affordable. Still, $5 is a significant increase. Sling TV’s Orange package will go up to $45/month, while the Orange+Blue package is now up to $60/month for affected markets. The increase also represents a change in strategy for Sling, which has historically been cheaper because it didn’t include many local channels; instead, the company recommended buying an antenna for your TV and, optionally, the AirTV 2 tuner for integration with Sling’s guide. and streaming apps.

This change will take effect from March 1st, so you still have a few weeks before the new price goes into effect.

Source: Cord Cutter News

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