Last year CellON was a live TV streaming service that launched in September 2016. It offered 67 channels for just $24.99 a month and was shortly popular with cord cutters.
Yet, sadly, just two months later it shut down in November 2016. No reason was given, but its site said it had plans to come back one day. Now it seems that it will soon be back in business.
This week CellON TV updated its website to announce that it would soon be back on the market. Details are still thin, but it looks like it will be similar to the old CellON service.
CellON TV was available on Roku, Fire TV, and Android boxes. You could even get an Android 4K box called AVOV to stream CellON TV. The new CellON website is still promoting an Android box, so it is likely to still support all other devices.
No channels are known. Its website is currently promoting both ABC-owned channels and local channels. (It’s likely that locals are only in some markets.) Other noticeable channels shown on its site are Fox-owned channels such as Fox News and FX. Disney channels including ABC, ESPN, and FreeForm are also listed.
Hopefully CellON has a plan to help make its service stand out in what is quickly becoming a crowded market, which is good for cord cutters.
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