Recently the internet service provider EarthLink quietly launched a live TV Streaming service to take on YouTube TV, DIRECTV STREAM, Fubo, Sling, and more. This new service is powered by Vidgo and adds one more live TV streaming service for cord cutters to pick from.
This new service includes 150+ channels, 20 hours of DRV, 3 streams at once, and no long-term contracts. You will also find a huge collection of popular channels like MLB Network, ESPN, and locals depending on where you live.
The real selling point of EarthLink’s internet service is the ability to bundle your internet and TV service into one bill having one fewer bill to manage.
Packages start at $64.95 for 110+ channels or $84.95 for 150+ channels with a free DVR. EarthLink says they can offer more college football than any other streaming service.
EarthLink TV is available on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, mobile devices, and more through the Vidgo app.
If you are an EarthLink customer, you may want to consider adding this service to your lineup. If you are not an EarthLink customer, you may want to consider buying the service directly through Vidgo.
Vidgo is now available on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, as well as Android & iOS mobile devices, and on the web. Vidgo now offers over 15,000 movies and TV shows free to subscribers of their live TV service.
You can learn more about EarthLink’s new streaming TV service HERE.