Today there are so many ways you can get access to Live TV, perhaps too many. They all are different prices: from $5.99 to $64.99, offer different channels, and different features: some have unlimited DVR, some none at all, etc.
So how can you pick? Here we have ranked the best Live TV streaming services based on their value: how many channels does each dollar you pay get you?
Hulu with Live TV is an obvious choice if you already have Hulu On-Demand, as you'll get to keep all your payment information and history, interact with a similar interface, and get a Live TV service without much effort.
If you like recording your shows, AT&T does not give you unlimited DVR like Youtube TV, but it gives you the almost next best thing: 500 hours of storage. Also, if you live with a big family, AT&T allows up to 20 streams at the same time. If you get the box, having a custom remote allows for an easier and faster navigation.
With over 100 live TV channels, including ESPN and BeIN, Fubo TV is first and foremost for sports fans. But as it expands, it's including channels and movies that appeal to a wider audience.
Get Sling if you're specific about the channels you watch: if you like sports, they have a package for that, if you like news, another one. You can get both of course, but being able to pick either is a big advantage of Sling. One small thing to keep in mind: if you like to record your shows using the DVR functionality, Sling charges extra for that.
If you enjoy using the DVR option, Youtube TV is arguably the best option in the market for you: it gives you unlimited DVR storage on the Cloud (accessible from any of your devices), and it saves each of your recordings for 9 months.
Also, you can share Youtube TV with up to six accounts, so if you have a big family, this is a much better option than getting a bunch of cheaper Live TV subscriptions. Youtube TV allows up to three accounts of the six to watch at the same time.
Vidgo is for you if you want to get Sports channels for example but want to save a few dollars every month in comparison with Youtube TV and other alternatives.
Frndly is perfect for families who like to spend their TV time together. Its channel offering is very limited, but if your family is on a budget, or if you have other ways for family members to get on-demand films and shows, it's a good option.
If you already have other streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime, Philo is the perfect option to get access to Live TV without spending too much money. At $20, it has an offer that beats much more expensive services. Plus, in terms of the channel lineup, it has a little bit for everyone, from news channels like BBC World News to the Discovery Channel, to Nickelodeon and Vice.
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