Your ISP May Soon Be Promoting Sling TV




Couple watching videos on a laptop at homeSling TV has teamed up with NeoNova, the company behind the new ViewLocal streaming service, to promote Sling TV through your local Internet Service Provider (ISP). That means soon you may see your local ISP promoting Sling TV.

NeoNova works with small regional ISPs to offer additional services to their subscribers. Their flagship service is ViewLocal, which offers local channels through your local ISP. NeoNova works with mostly rural ISPs—markets that typically struggle to get local channels.

This will allow rural ISPs to sell ViewLocal with local channels and promote Sling TV for cable channels together making a great cable replacement without the need for a long-term contract. In the end this is a win win as rural ISPs can look like a more complete service to compete with larger ISPs and Sling TV gets new subscribers.

Here is what NeoNova promises ViewLocal can do:

  • Multiple Devices. ViewLocal gives customers the advantage of watching their local content on whichever device they prefer, whether it’s a computer, iOS device, an Android device, or a TV via a Roku.
  • Full Channel Guide. With ViewLocal’s complete channel guide, your customers can easily see what’s on, helping them to find the programs they want to watch and increasing their usage and satisfaction.
  • Parental Controls. ViewLocal is designed to be family-friendly, allowing customers to set up multiple profiles with specific permissions to make sure their children are viewing only appropriate content.
  • Easy-To-Use Interface. Your customers will be up-and-running quickly with ViewLocal’s simple on-screen interface and channel information.

Currently, NeoNova has deals with ISPs in NC, KY, TN, KS, WA, OR, ID, NE, and CO. You can find the full list of ISPs that offer ViewLocal and tell them you want your ISP added to the list on the ViewLocal website. At this time none of them seem to be promoting Sling TV but you should start to see that happen soon. Make sure to let them know you want your ISP added to the list as this only works with participating ISPs.

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