While YouTube TV and fuboTV announced its price raises last week, Sling TV also discussed its pricing down the road.
The company made a statement on its website about how it thinks it is wrong to give a price increase, especially during the coronavirus times currently going on in the U.S.
“We believe now is not the time to make our customers choose between staying informed and entertained, and putting dinner on the table. Our hope is this 1-Year Price Guarantee will bring a sense of much needed stability in a time that feels uncertain to us all. Our 1-Year Price Guarantee doubles down on our commitment to doing the right thing for Americans during these unprecedented times.”
Sling TV is promising to give its customers no price increase until at least August 2021.
In addition to not raising the price for a whole year, the company will now allow consumers to get a 14-day free trial. Previously, it was only a week-long free trial.
Sling TV costs $30 a month for either the Sling Orange or Sling Blue plans and is available to stream on the iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, Apple TV and Mac.