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Live TV streaming service increases prices and adds Fox News, MNSBC to its lineup

These days most of the customers have switched to their entertainment needs by paying up for Netflix or Amazon Prime video. Now, chord cutters have left cable and satellite television to save money. This is because nobody wants to spend a couple of hundreds and watch television when there is better streaming service at a much lesser price.

There are live streams which people are using, and some prefer normal television. However, live streaming has more subscribers to it, and options are there, but every month, its prices increase, and at the end of the whole increase in money, there may be some cases where the cord-cutters do not have any money for saving at all.

The latest news update states that Sling TV has raised its prices again since last year, which was $20 per month to $25. Lately, Sling has increased its base packages to about $15 a month. Customers will have to pay more money for the Sling Orange or Blue, which does to about $30. The combination subscription pack of sling Orange and Sling Blue is going up to $45 per month from the earlier pay subscription of $40.

The sling would also be adding Fox News, MSNBC, and HLN to its current lineup of channels. No additional cost, along with 10 hours of Cloud DVR storage, would be available for Sling subscribers. AT&T TV Now, Hulu with Live TV and Youtube TV customers have all seen a significant comparative price hike this year.