How many people can watch Sling TV at once, broken

  • How many people can watch Sling TV at once depends on which subscription package you have.
  • If you have Sling Orange or Sling Blue, which start at $30 a month, you can watch Sling on one device at any given time.
  • If you have the advanced Orange + Blue plan, which starts at $45 a month, you can stream Sling TV on up to four devices at once.
  • You can also subscribe to Sling International or Sling Latino, which let three people watch at once.
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As technology advances, consumers are looking for more ways to consume entertainment. That’s where internet-based TV providers like Sling come in. 

Sling offers several customizable TV bundles available to stream via a computer, mobile device, or streaming device 24 hours a day. There are also optional DVR add-ons and other premium options to enhance your viewing experience. 

Because you don’t need to be planted in front of a TV to watch Sling TV, Sling can be streamed from various devices simultaneously. But how many people can use a Sling TV account at the same time depends on which subscription package you have. 

Here’s how many simultaneous Sling TV streams you can have, broken down by subscription package. 

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How many people can watch Sling TV at once per package 

sling tv Sling TV offers two packages with a different selection of channels that can be streamed on a Smart TV, computer, or mobile device. YouTube/Sling TV

Sling Orange and Sling Blue cost the same — $30 a month. But what’s included in each package — including the number of streams — is noticeably different. 

Sling Orange is a sports and family-friendly channel package, including ESPN, HGTV, A&E, and Food Network. It has the lowest number of streams available, only allowing users to stream on one screen. 

Sling Blue, however, focuses more on news and entertainment-focused channels, including Bravo, Fox News, and TBS, among others. Users with this package are allotted three simultaneous device streams.

If you want to get the best of both, you can with the Sling Blue + Sling Orange package. Priced at $45 a month, users who choose the combined bundle have access to all channels included in both packages and can stream on four devices simultaneously. 

Sling TV also offers non-U.S. focused bundles, Sling International or Sling Latino. Both of those automatically come with three simultaneous streams. 

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