The world of Live TV streamed online is becoming very crowded with a flood of services joining the cord cutting movement. New to the scene is Cellon TV; a streaming service that starts at just $1.99 a month and goes up to $29.95 a month.
Their core package is a $24.99 a month package that gives you 67 live channels including ESPN, Fox News, MSNBC, A&E, TLC, and many more. They also claim to have local channels, but we are not sure of the of the markets local channels will be available in. Currently, they are the only nationally available streaming service to include the Weather Channel in their Plus and Premium packs.
You can also get the Premium+ Package which includes 142 Live Channels for just $29.95 a month.
There are also 22 radio channels that claim to offer the best music from categories like Roku, POP, 2000s, 90s, and more.
Not only do you get TV channels and radio, but you also get curated YouTube content from big names like Adult Swim, Vevo, and more.
Cellon TV is currently available on Roku, Fire TV, Android, and even sell their own 4K Android box called AVOV.
You can subscribe to Cellon TV directly from their website, but their main business seems to be finding dealers to sell their service for them. We have found several companies selling Cellon TV like Air5 in Florida.
The Cellon TV website promises dealers:
- No large initial investment necessary
- Ability to earn recurring revenue from the start
- Manage your own customers
- Multiple upsell opportunities in various verticals
- Powerful yet elegant management system makes it easy to keep
track of your customers and revenue
- Nationwide marketing support
With Cellon TV focusing on dealers to promote their service, it is likely we will see a flood of new OTT services flooding the US market reselling the Cellon TV service.
We have reached out to Cellon TV for comment about their service and at this time have not heard back from them.
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