Binge Watch on These Best Live Streaming TV Services

by elina John IT Expert

Live streaming is an online streaming service that acts more or less like watching a TV. You can stream the latest on-demand shows online directly to your TV and no extra device is required in the process of doing so. You only need to subscribe to the online streaming services and connect it to a good Wi-Fi connection. Although, online services like Disney+, Netflix, etc. already provide you online streaming services but it requires extra devices to connect it to your TV. You can save money by not getting an extra device like Fire Stick TV and switching directly to online TV streaming.

If you are wondering which TV service will be the best to buy, we have picked up some of the best and most liked live streaming TV services. You can choose either of them as they all vary in price, shows, etc.

  1. Hulu Plus Live TV

Hulu+ Live TV is currently the most liked streaming service that provides over 65 channels that features the on-demand exclusive shows and movies. It also has its own original shows. It allows you to customize your watchlist and personalize your profile. You get one week of free trial and then you can switch to a subscription that costs $54.99/month which you can cancel anytime. You can watch or stream on two screens at the same time. You also get 50 hours of cloud DVR space that can be extended upto 200 hours. You can subscribe to add-on that can cost between $4.99/month-$7.99/month.

  • Sling TV

Sling TV is a good yet cheaper option as they have three tier subscription plans. Sling Orange that costs $30 for 30 channels, Sling Blue that also costs $30 but its channels are different from the Sling Orange, lastly they have Sling Orange+Blue channel that is a combination of the previous two plan’s channels that costs $45/month. You get 10 hours of cloud DVR for no extra charges which can later be extended up to 50 hours by paying additional $10/month.

  • YouTube TV

It allows you to stream three devices at a time with the monthly charge of $49.99 and provides over 70 channels. You also get free and unlimited cloud DVR space. It also includes local channels such as NBC, ABC, CBC, etc. along with few regional channels as well. Although some of the pro sports are not there, it is still the favourite choice of a lot of people.

  • AT&T TV

This streaming service allows you to stream on three screens. It is popular because of its two-tier subscription plans, i.e., Plus plan and the Max Plan. The plus plan costs $55/month for over 45 channels and the max plan charges $80/month for over 60 channels which also includes HBO, HBO Max and Cinemax. You also get the benefit of a 500 hours long DVR cloud for free.

  • Fubo TV

This service is specifically an ideal choice for all the sports fans as it provides more than 100 channels for $55/month on two screens and free cloud DVR storage for 30 hours. With additional $5/month, the cloud DVR storage extends up to 500 hours and you get to stream on three screens as well. They also have an Ultra plan that provides over 180 channels for $80/month.

  • Philo TV

This streaming service has the cheapest plans that starts with $20 for 59 channels with seven days free-trial and it can be streamed in three screens. You get unlimited cloud DVR storage but you have access to them for 30 days only. You can also create 10 profiles for an account.

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