The 2017 NFL Pro Bowl Game is right around the corner and you should not miss the action. Sling TV brings a new free trial that customers can use in order to watch the game and experience the quality services provided by the streaming service. Here are some options to consider for watching the game through this free trial.
Customers living in the United States, who have no access to cable or satellite TV services, can watch the game through Sling TV. It is an online streaming television service that offers access to many channel packages for a small monthly subscription fee. Sling TV’s free 7-day trial enables you to watch the game free on the web or with its app.
Watching The Game On The Web
Go to Sling TV’s official website and sign up for the free trail by following the instructions provided on the webpage. You need to enter your credit card information in the sign up process. However, cancelling the subscription before the trial period ends will have no charges levied on the card for the Sling TV services.
After signing up, you can either watch the game in the free trial or select the Sling Orange package. This package includes many sports channels like ESPN and costs just around $20 a month. There is also the availability to opt for other options like the Sling Blue package, which comes with a monthly subscription fee of $25 and offers around 30 channels. Finally, download the Sling Desktop app and select the ESPN channel to watch the game.
Using The App
There is also an option to watch the NFL game on the Sling app. The app will be accessible after signing up for the free trial and can be downloaded via the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. Apart from these two platforms, Sling app is also available for Roku, Xbox One, Chromecast, etc.
Signing up is required for the app also, for using the free trial and for watching the game. The rest of the process is the same as in the case of online viewing. Afterwards, download the Sling mobile app to connect with ESPN and watch the game.
Watching the game free on phones, tablets, and connected TV is also possible with the ESPN app. Select Sling when asked about the TV provider and log in with your username and password to enjoy the game.