8 Best Services to Watch CNBC Without Cable

Never miss the latest in business news and real-time financial market coverage.

You can watch CNBC without cable on DirecTV Stream, Sling TV + News Extra Bundle, Hulu with Live TV, Fubo TV, Fubo TV Elite, YouTube TV, Spectrum TV, or Xfinity Choice TV.

Below, we count down the best ways to watch CNBC that cord-cutters use.

A base subscription to Sling costs $35 and won't include CNBC, but if you get the "Sling News Extra" for 6 more dollars, you will get CNBC. That means that if you choose Sling as your cable alternative, it will cost you $41 a month, which is one of the cheapest ways to cut the cord and keep CNBC. After you subscribe (and get the news extra), head down to sling.com to get the live business coverage that CNBC is famous for.

DirecTV Stream (previously AT&T TV) is one of the more popular ways to cut the cord and keep access to channels like CNBC. This service is actually delivered through a satellite and not an online streaming service. However, you can watch CNBC without cable by using DirecTV Stream to access the channel. First, you'll need to get DirecTV Stream as a standalone service, then you can install the app on your smart TV, or just visit their website to start watching CNBC.

Price: $69.99/month

Free Trial: 5 days

A subscription to Hulu + Live TV is a great way to get CNBC without cable and without a contract. Hulu + Live TV, the sister service to the Hulu that everyone already knows, is a cable alternative that has many other news channels like ABC News Live. After you subscribe to Hulu, go to the platform's homepage and either scroll or search for CNBC to start watching the channel live.

Price: $64.99/month

Free Trial: 7 days

FuboTV offers CNBC as part of a big bundle of other news channels as well as many sports broadcasters such as ESPN. If you choose Fubo, you only need to subscribe to the basic package to get your business news live.

Price: $64.99/month

Free Trial: 7 days

Take streaming and live TV up a notch with FuboTV Elite. This upgraded subscription plan from FuboTV is $79.99 per month which lets you access more than 170 broadcast channels in the main Fubo service, 130 sporting events, and an additional 41 Fubo extra channels. Enjoy 1,000 hours of cloud DVR and watch shows for up to 10 screens at home and 3 devices on the go. With News Plus, NBA TV, and NHL TV among the additional channels, FuboTV Elite is perfect for news junkies and sports enthusiasts alike.

Price: $79.99/month

Free Trial: 7 days

Youtube TV is a good way to watch CNBC without cable and without any contracts or commitments. You can get your live news and financial shows from the network by subscribing to the basic Youtube TV package. After that, head down to tv.youtube.com to find CNBC. You'll also get a big array of other news channels such as MSNBC, ABC News, BBC World News Fox News, as well as many local news networks.

Price: $64.99/month

Free Trial: 7 days

For Xfinity internet customers who already have an Xfinity Flex box, you can upgrade your service to Choice TV if you want access to live channels. Alongside premium streaming services that you can link to your Flex box, Choice TV is a good, basic addition to stay connected to heavy hitters like NBC, ABC, and CBS.

Price: Varies depending on your location and account history.

If you are already a Spectrum broadband subscribe, you can get CNBC without subscribing to Spectrum's cable offering. They have a platform called TV Choice, which is relatively cheap and will give you access to many news network including CNBC.

Price: Varies depending on your location and account history.

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