Sling TV Free Trial Now Available On Amazon HD, HDX Tablets

Sling TV Free Trial Now Available On Amazon HD, HDX Tablets
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Sling TV was earlier accessible only on selected Amazon tablets. The service is now extended to Amazon Fire HD 6 and 7 tablets, and Fire HDX 7 and 8.9 tablets.

Live TV and video streaming are common for phones. Amazon and its tablets are not new to the business. Sling TV, which was available only on Amazon Fire TV Sticks and Fire TV, is now accessible even on Amazon Fire HD 6 and 7 tablets and Fire HDX 7 and 8.9 tablets. You can install this service from the Amazon App Store.


For 14 days, Amazon fire tablets will get a free sling TV trial. The normal package charges will then will applicable. The basic package includes AMC, HGTV, ESPN, TNT, Food Network, Travel Channel, Cartoon Network, Disney Channel,Bloomberg TV, CNN, A&E and a few more. It will cost you only $20.

If these channels are not enough for you, the package can also be customized. You can have channels of your choice from different domains – movies, sports, news, kids’ channels, etc. Remember, extra channel will cost you extra dollars.

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Sling TV is also available on Google Nexus Player, Xbox One, Mac, iOS and Android devices. So, people who do not use Amazon tablets can still enjoy Sling TV on their devices.

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Speaking about this new development, Roger Lynch, CEO of Sling TV, said, “Amazon customers now have more ways to access the best live and on-demand content TV has to offer today. With the introduction of Sling TV on Amazon Fire HD and HDX tablets, millions of Amazon customers can now access their entertainment in and outside the home.”

Though not new, any development in the field of technology and entertainment is welcome. This is one such change.

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