Sling TV rolls out free streaming to people stuck at home

Savvy Southerner

Streaming television service Sling TV has made its content free to U.S. consumers amid the coronavirus pandemic. A credit card or account are not needed to try this offer.

Sling TV’s deal includes breaking news and live events from ABC News Live, movies and kids’ content for families. Additional lifestyle and entertainment programming is also available.

The company is also marketing its paid service to free users by promoting content labeled as being only available to subscribers, according to TechCrunch. “‘Stay in & SLING,’ as the free service is called, now includes thousands of shows and movies without the need to sign up.”

This includes a selection of older shows like “Hell’s Kitchen,” “Forensic Files,” “Kitchen Nightmares,” “Black Sails,” “Third Rock from the Sun,” “Roseanne,” “Grounded for Life,” “Hunter,” “Grace Under Fire,” “Shameless,” “21 Jump Street” and others, plus a small selection of free live TV channels led by ABC News Live.

TechCrunch

The Sling TV free experience is available through the Sling app for Roku, Amazon or Android devices or via the web using a Chrome, Safari or Microsoft Edge browser.

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