Today, Sling TV announced that its free ad-supported streaming service, Sling Freestream, now comes with 10 hours of free DVR storage. This was first reported by Cord Cutters News last week but now officially announced by Sling TV. This news makes Sling TV Freestream the first free streaming service to include a free DVR.
“We are giving our customers exactly what they are asking for. The new DVR feature for Sling Freestream is going to give subscribers even more choice and access. They can watch their favorite programming on their terms, when it works for them,” said Gary Schanman, executive vice president and group president, DISH Video Services. “Our goal is to continue to lead the industry with innovative ways to provide more in the FAST space, making sure our customers have access to a premium experience as well as an unparalleled amount of free live sports, news and entertainment.”
Free streaming services are loved by many cord cutters for the huge collection of live channels. Now you no longer need to be there when it airs to watch the programs. Sling TV makes it easy to DVR and watch your movie or show when you want to. The one catch is you will need to make an free account to access your free DVR.
“We are going to continue to look at ways to make the Sling Freestream user experience even better throughout 2024,” Schanman added. “Just because a streaming service is free doesn’t mean users shouldn’t have access to the features a paid service provides.”
Sling TV Freestream offers more than 430 free channels and more than 41,000 on-demand titles. Being able to DVR these over 430 free channels makes watching the free content here even better.