Sling TV now available for Amazon Fire HD & HDX tablets

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Sling TV has announced the availability of their internet-based television service on Amazon’s Fire HD and HDX tablets, giving customers access to networks such as ESPN, AMC, and HGTV wherever there is an internet connection.

Sling TV costs $19.99 per month for a lineup of over 20 channels, and add-on channel packages are available starting at $5 per month.

Anyone with an Amazon Fire HDX 8.9, Fire HDX 7, Fire HD 7, or Fire HD 6 that’s interested in trying the service can get a free 14-day trial by downloading the Sling TV app from the Amazon app store.

Sling TV was previously available on the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick streaming media devices.

Additional devices that support Sling TV include Google’s Nexus Player, current-generation Roku players and Roku TV models, Xbox One, iOS and Android devices. Customers can also watch via internet browsers on Mac and PC.

“Amazon customers now have more ways to access the best live and on-demand content TV has to offer today,” said Roger Lynch, CEO of Sling TV.

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