Sling TV offers more ways to save and personalize your live TV channels than any other live TV streaming service.
Sling TV is a live and on-demand TV streaming service that lets you personalize your channel lineup to get the channels you love when you want them. With Sling TV you can stream live TV, record your favorite shows, watch more shows and movies on-demand, rent a blockbuster movie, or subscribe to a pay-per-view event. Watch your favorite TV anytime and anywhere, at home on the go.
To get started with Sling TV today, first select one of the three base channel tiers, then add more of your favorite channels from the many available 'Extras' packages that include genre based channels, like sports, news, kids, comedy, and more (they even have special deals when you add a few) The Orange and Blue Sling TV package prices are the same at $35/month but you can combine the two for only $15 more per month ($50 for Orange+Blue.)
50 hours of DVR included with any package. If you need more room, for $5 more get 200 hours of DVR space.Sign up or learn more about
Sling has a new, easy to navigate, user interface:
How does DVR work with Sling TV?
All new and existing Sling subscribers (that do not currently have DVR Plus) receive 50 hours of free DVR storage. DVR Plus can be added for $5/month to receive 200 hours of storage, as well as the ability to protect favorite recordings. DVR Free and DVR Plus are available on all devices except the Xfinity X1 platform.
Can I watch Sling TV on multiple devices at the same time?
The number of devices on which Sling content can be watched at the same time varies based on the Sling service you subscribe to:
- Sling Orange - 1 stream
- Sling Blue - 3 streams
- Sling Orange + Blue - 4 streams
What internet speed do I need to stream Sling TV?
Because streaming services rely on the internet instead of a hard-wired cable box or satellite dish, having a reliable home internet connection is crucial. It’s recommended to have a continuous internet speed of:
- 3 Mbps or higher for portable devices, such as tablets or smartphones
- 5 Mbps or higher for single stream connected devices, such as a PC or MAC
- 25 Mbps or higher for households maintaining internet usage on multiple devices