Here's the dilemma: you're subscribed to a live TV streaming service and expect full access to live broadcasts, but find yourself moving in and out of different homes. Do you choose one place to set the network up? Or do you sign up for two different accounts?
The answer will depend on your specific means and needs, but before you decide, you should know that there's a third option that allows you to have your cake and eat it too: subscribe to a service you can use in multiple locations. Most live TV streaming services don't allow it, including Hulu with Live TV, which at most gives you the option to change your chosen address up to four times a year. But plenty of others still do.
Sling TV allows you to watch in different locations simultaneously, and so do YouTube TV and DirecTV Stream. These three are your best bets if you're constantly moving around but want sure access to live channels. If you're looking for something more affordable, Philo is also worth considering since it allows up to 10 people to use a single account, not to mention it has unlimited DVR and concurrent streaming options. You can read all about our top picks, and then some, in the full list below.