VidGo is one of the newer live TV streaming services on the market right now and it comes at a time when PlayStation Vue is set to be defunct by the end of this month.
Today, VidGo has announced that it has made a partnership with PAC 12 Networks.
What makes that interesting is that with live TV streaming services taking off, this is the cheapest way to watch sports networks such as ESPN networks (ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPN U, ESPNEWS, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Goal Line/Bases Loaded, SEC Network and ACC Network), FOX Sports networks (FS1, FS2, but not including regional FSN stations) Big Ten Network (BTN) and NFL Network, just to name a few.
To make things better, the service only costs $39.99 a month, which is the cheapest of all the live TV streaming services that have all of those sports channels.
Yes, the service is still lacking in a couple areas such as on-demand content and the number of local affiliates that they right now. VidGo currently has some local ABC and FOX stations that are only available in select markets at this time. However, they have also said that they are going to be adding more stations and markets soon.
This is still a live TV streaming service that consumers should look into, especially if they are looking to find a new service to replace PlayStation Vue or looking to find a cheaper streaming service than others like YouTube TV ($50 a month), Hulu with Live TV ($55 a month) or fuboTV ($55 a month).
VidGo currently costs $39.99 a month, has over 60 channels and is available to stream on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac. Click here to see our review of the service.