T-Mobile and Sling TV customers get a little added extra bonus this fall as starting Sunday, November 15, 2015, Sling TV users can enjoy and brag about unlimited streaming video on all their T-Mobile devices without using any of their LTE data. Looks like you won’t hit that data cap anymore or worry about, when, where and how you use your mobile device for streaming content.
Sling TV is all about making things easy, in fact they say, “our mission is to simplify your TV experience by eliminating traditional pay-TV pain points like long-term contracts, big package bundles and high prices.” Sling TV offers flexibility and numerous packages that don’t hinder your television watching experience. Sling and T-Mobile are calling this Binge On. We all love sit back and binge on our favorite shows and now this is a real and worry-free possibility for T-Mobile customers. Think movies, sports, your favorite television programming, music videos and more.
“We know many of you like to tune in to Sling TV on your mobile devices to catch live sports and other must-watch moments in real-time, states Glenn Eisen, CMO of Sling TV. “Until today, this habit required you to nervously monitor your data usage as it climbed toward your monthly data cap. Understandably, overusing data is a significant pain point for our customers.”
Also on the table is the fact that T-Mobile customers with qualified plans have the option to receive a 7-day free trial of Sling TV and 30 percent off their subscription to the popular“Best of Live TV” package for 12 months, and all this is with the help of T-Mobile. Customers that want to start their free trial should head over here.
Sling TV is currently the best alternative for “cord cutters” and those that are constantly on the move. Sling TV’s portfolio includes Disney/ESPN, HBO, AMC, A&E, Turner, Scripps, EPIX, Univision and the upstart. Maker Studios. That’s a ton of content to consume at a price that starts under $20. Sling TV has also gone worldwide as Sling International offers more than 200 channels in 18 languages. Back in August, Sling TV became available for all with Amazon Kindle devices, proving anyone can benefit from what Sling TV offers.
“Amazon customers now have more ways to access the best live and on-demand content TV has to offer today,” said Roger Lynch, CEO of Sling TV. “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 of the home.”