Sling TV Brings Content To 18 New Language Groups With Sling International

If you haven't already checked out Sling TV and you aren't paying for traditional cable television programming, you may want to look into it, especially now that Sling TV has just announced the addition of Sling International, bringing the service to people in their native languages. Having the ability to get a hold of and watch the content you crave is already a reason to love Sling TV, which does have a monthly fee associated with it in case you were wondering, and it could only be better for some if they were able to watch the shows and programs they love in the language they speak.

Just like with Sling TV in the US, Sling International is providing users with a wealth of content to watch on the big screen, ranging from news, sports, and various other forms of entertainment. They'll be opening it up to 18 different language groups. Now being able to watch Sling TV in your native language is awesome, and this will probably please many customers who may have been on the fence about using the service because of this particular detail. The team at Sling International wants to make the pot even sweeter though, which is why they're giving new customers who sign up for the service a one month trial of Sling International for free.

The new languages that are now included with Sling International are Vietnamese, Malayalam, Brazilian, Cantonese, Arabic, Bangla, Bengali, Filipino, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Mandarin, Marathi, Punjabi, Taiwanese, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu, and there are around 200 channels of content across all these language groups to ensure that there will be something entertaining to turn on. If you plan on signing up for Sling International but are also wanting access to the domestic content of Sling TV US, you'll be able to sign up for both and switch back and forth effortlessly without having to switch between applications, making things super simple. Sling International will cost users around $25 a month at the lowest after the free trial period ends, which is the same cost as the monthly sub fee for Sling TV US.

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