Sling TVSling TV is quickly becoming a leader in the cable cutting world. Over the last few years, Sling TV has jumped ahead of the competition by putting together an impressive package of live streaming channels for one of the lowest monthly subscription costs around. This week, Sling customers got yet another reason to celebrate their subscription to one of the most value-focused live TV streaming services on the market. This week, Sling TV announced it’s bringing E! and the Paramount Network to their base “Sling Blue” package.

In a press release, vice president of programming at Sling TV Dana McLeod says the addition of these two new popular channels demonstrates Sling’s goal of providing subscribers with the best value possible. “While other streaming providers are removing quality programming and raising prices, we’ve added two popular entertainment channels to Sling Blue without inflating costs for our customers,” McLeod said. “We are committed to providing the best content at the best price. There’s never been a better time to be a Slinger.”

E! and the Paramount Network were previously available only to Sling customers who subscribed to the Lifestyle Extra package ($5/month) and Comedy Extra package (also $5/month), respectively. Both channels are now immediately available for Sling Blue customers at no extra charge. The Paramount Network is still available to Sling Orange subscribers who pay for the Comedy Extra add-on package.

Sling TV subscriptions start at just $25/month, but Sling TV is still running a promotion offering $10 off the monthly price to new customers for the first three months. Sling TV never requires a contract and works on most major streaming devices, smart TVs, or even over a web browser. If you’re looking for a way to cut the cable and still watch the best TV has to offer, Sling TV could be just the thing you’re looking for.

Brett Tingley

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