Today Vidgo officially launched their iOS app and confirmed to Cord Cutters News that they will launch in beta next week. Vidgo will start with several Spanish language packages starting at $19.99 with 30 Spanish channels from the US, Mexico, Central America, South America, and Spain according to Vidgo’s website. Later on, Vidgo will launch an English language package for $39.99 to take on services like Sling TV and DIRECTV NOW.
According to Vidgo, they will launch first on iOS, Android, and web with Roku, Fire TV, and Apple TV support coming in the following weeks.
Here is how the service is described on the Google Play app store:
Vidgo is a prepaid over-the-top television streaming service with the most popular live Sports, Entertainment, Family, and Latino programming at an affordable price. Each package includes three simultaneous device streams and is available at home or on the go. With no fees for equipment, no credit checks, and no contracts, everyone qualifies for Vidgo’s service.
Use your registered account login and password to access Vidgo services.
For now, we will have to wait for the official launch next week to learn more about Vidgo.
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