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Sling adds Spanish TV to its multi-stream beta

Engadget Engadget 29/04/2016 Steve Dent
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Sling TV's service is great for cord-cutters, but not ideal for families who like to watch different stuff at the same time. It recently launched a multi-stream option (in beta) that allows viewing on up to three Sling-TV supported devices at once, but so far content has been limited to Fox and a few other channels. However, Spanish viewers now have a bunch of new options thanks to the company's Best of Spanish TV-Beta that brings multi-stream viewing of channels like Azteca, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Español, Cinelatino, CineSony, De Pelicula, Pasiones, Teleromántica, UniMás and Univision.

The service is among the new "Extras" options, which include Hollywood Extra-Beta, Lifestyle Extra-Beta and World News Extra-Beta. Each of those is $5 per month, while the Cinemax Extra-Beta is $10 and HBO Extra-Beta runs $15 a month. In addition, Viacom channels like Comedy Central will soon come to both the single- and multi-stream options. Those prices are on top of regular subscription prices -- both the single and multi-stream options run $20 per month. That might make multi-stream seem like a bargain, but it doesn't include some important channels like ESPN and Disney. However, the Spanish Extra pack is identical for both single- and multi-streams.Sling TV

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