Sling TV is a great way to watch MSNBC online. Sling TV is a popular live streaming service that gives subscribers direct access to many popular TV channels. All channels can be watched live, from home or on-the-go. No cable subscription is required, and with prices starting at $20 a month (with no contract) Sling is a very affordable option.
If you’re looking to access Sling TV MSNBC live streaming, you can do just that with Sling TV by adding the World News Extra package to one of their base packages. The World News pack costs $5 a month, but keep in mind that you’ll need to also have one of the base packages – either Sling Orange or Sling Blue – which cost $20 and $25, respectively.
So, say you go with Sling Orange + the World News Extra pack. That will give you more than 35 popular channels, including MSNBC live stream, ESPN, TNT, AMC, TBS, HGTV, Comedy Central, CNN, and many more. It will run you $25 a month ($20 for Sling Orange and $5 for World News Extra), and is available without a contract!
As for devices, you can watch MSNBC on Apple TV, Roku, Xbox One, Chromecast, other streaming devices, smart TVs, computers, and mobile devices. Long story short, pretty much any common device capable of streaming video should work and let you watch MSNBC on Sling TV (review here)!
And, don’t forget about the special signup deals Sling TV is offering. These deals vary, but generally consist of either a discounted or free streaming device when you prepay for a few months in advance.
You can also try Sling TV for free for a week by following this link. The trial is a great way to stream MSNBC free while exploring the service for yourself.
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