Vidgo Plans to Launch a Live TV Streaming Service to Take on Sling TV & DIRECTV NOW


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Channel Surfing ManEarlier this week we learned that Vidgo plans to launch several Spanish-language TV packages. Now Vidgo has confirmed to Cord Cutters News that they plan to also offer an English package for $39.99 to take on services like DIRECTV NOW and Sling TV.

Vidgo was first announced at CES 2016 and has since said they are coming. Now they have posted pricing for three packages: a $19.99 Spanish package with 20 channels, a $29.99 Spanish package with 30+ channels, and an English-language package.

We don’t know a lot about Vidgo’s $39.99 package that is aimed at taking on services like DIRECTV NOW and Hulu. What we do know is it will be focused on English-speaking languages with the goal of taking on a growing list of live TV streaming services.

We still don’t have a set date for when Vidgo will launch. Now that they have started to list prices it likely points to a launch sooner than later.

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