If you’re a Verizon subscriber and you’ve never tried Sling TV, now’s the perfect time to start. Starting today, Verizon wireless, Fios, and 5G Home users can snag two months of Sling TV for free.
Those who sign up for the deal can choose from several options, starting with either Sling Blue or Sling Orange, each of which normally costs $35 a month.
Sling Blue serves up more than 45 channels focused on news and entertainment, including Bravo, CNN, TNT, Fox News, NFL Network, HGTV, History, and AMC. The sports- and family-oriented Sling Orange boasts about 30 channels, including ESPN and Nick Jr.
Another option is two months of Sling International, which offers a variety of international channels in more than a dozen languages that usually cost up to $35/month.
Finally, you can sign up for three months of Sling Latino, which typically goes for $15 a month.
If you’re a Verizon wireless or 5G Home customer, you can sign up through the My Verizon App; just open the app, scroll down and tap the Go to Sling TV option, then follow the instructions.
Meanwhile, Fios users can snag the Sling TV deal by signing into their My Verizon home accounts. Head for the My Plan page, select Add Live TV (or Add Streaming Video if you’re already signed up for Fios TV service), then click Sling TV.
You’ll need to provide an email address and a form of payment (such as a credit or debit card) to sign up for the Sling TV offer. If you decide you don’t like the service, don’t forget to cancel before the trial runs out or you’ll be billed automatically every month.