There's never been a better time to cut the cord. Online TV and movie services are abundant, growing daily, and it's getting increasingly easy to watch them in any way you'd like. Things like the Roku, the Amazon Fire TV, and the Apple TV are making this transition inexpensive, easy, and downright enjoyable. Now we're really making some important progress with products like Sling TV.
Sling TV is a streaming TV service that allows you to watch live TV channels on your TV, tablet, phone, or computer. The current channel lineup is limited, but growing rapidly, and already includes a number of important channels like ESPN & ESPN2, Food Network, and TBS.
The Sling TV service starts at just $20/month with no service commitment, and they offer a handful of additional packages to help cater your channel lineup to your interests. The apps are well-made, the picture quality is crystal clear, and the streaming is as smooth as anything I've ever used. This service is a sign of good things to come for us cord-cutters.