This Deal Offers 85 Channels of Live TV for $10 Per Month

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Looking to cut costs in the new year? A streaming live TV service is offering two months of service at just $10 a month.

Vidgo has more than 85 channels that you can watch on up to three devices at the same time. The app is available for Android, iOS, Roku, Apple TV and Fire TV devices. The service is available in both English and Spanish.

Vidgo describes itself as “a simple, affordable, and portable way to watch TV” that was “designed here in the USA by engineers who love to watch TV in the most efficient way, on the go and in high resolution.”

Channels that Vidgo offers include:

  • ABC
  • Discovery
  • Disney
  • FOX
  • Fox News
  • ESPN
  • Hallmark
  • HGTV
  • Lifetime
  • NFL Network

New and returning customers can take advantage of the price break. After two months, service costs $55 a month.

The $10 introductory price makes Vidgo much cheaper than many other streaming services. So, if you have considered streaming but have yet to take the plunge, this might be a good opportunity to see if cutting the cable cord is right for you.

If you decide you like Vidgo, the regular price of $55 a month still makes the service cheaper than YouTube TV’s recently increased price of $64.99 per month for more than 85 channels. It’s also cheaper than Hulu + Live TV, which also now costs $64.99 but only offers some 65 channels.

It’s worth noting that Vidgo does not offer some key networks — including CBS and NBC. So, if those networks are important to you, consider other streaming services.

For more on your options, check out a website called JustWatch. It can help you search for the programming you love so you can find out which streaming services carry it. Learn more in “This Search Engine Helps Cord-Cutters Find Their Favorite Shows.”

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