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A fresh look at Sling TV

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Now on even more devices

Sling TV has come a long way since it was first announced back in January of 2015. It was the first service to offer cord cutters the ability to watch live cable TV without the need for the cable TV contract or high price.

When Sling TV was first announced it only had a few channels and supported devices. Today, the lineup has grown and the list of supported devices has skyrocketed.

Let’s take a look at the new line-up of supported devices.

Ting customer spotlight: Josh P

The Ting subreddit is a space for ongoing conversations about Ting and the US mobile industry in general. From questions, suggestions, shout-outs, Ting hacks and much more, it’s a great place to get quality, honest information about Ting.

Recently, Josh was looking around for cheaper cell phone alternatives and stumbled upon Ting on reddit, realizing it would integrate well with his Google Voice + VoIP landline combo and save him $35 a month in the process. After making the switch, Josh took to the Ting subreddit to share his setup with other redditors and explain why Ting was the perfect fit.

We were intrigued by this “communication trifecta” Josh mentioned and reached out to see if he’d be up for a chat. Josh was glad to tell us more of his story, explaining how this phone system works, the reasons he likes Ting, how much he’s saving and more.

Disney is now even more appealing to cord cutters

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Disney is reaching out to cord cutters

Disney is one of the strongest supporters of cord cutting and they have been for some time now. Their WatchABC app has been a valuable example to other networks on how to reach cord cutters. Also, Disney was one of the earliest networks to sign up with live streaming services like Sling TV. Now, it seems that Disney has even bigger plans for cord cutters.

Disney’s CEO, Bob Iger, recently went into great detail about Disney’s plans to reach cord cutters during their second quarter earnings call (a conference call in which a public company discusses the financial results of a reporting period). Iger talked about everything from their new ESPN streaming service to what they charge for streaming services such as Sling TV.

Ting Internet. Next stop: Centennial, Colorado

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Centennial, Colorado has the greatest the great outdoors has to offer right at its doorstep. It boasts beautiful views of the Front Range and with those mountains, amazing skiing and snowboarding nearby. That said, this is no quiet mountain town.

Centennial is all about business. The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well. The City itself is quick and efficient.

We, as humans, are excited about the possibilities presented by the beauty that’s all around Centennial. We, as a business that mirrors the same values of agility and efficiency, are excited about the mutual opportunity that’s here.