Review: SFN TV NOW – A Live TV Streaming Service- IPTV Reviews

There is now a growing list of services that offer live streaming of cable channels without the need for a cable company or long term contract. Now SFN TV NOW joins that list with a very interesting service that starts at $5 a month for their nationwide service.

Packages

SFN TV NOW has also improved their most popular package, the core package, with more channels, and it now includes three devices rather than the two devices the old package started with. The new popular package will include over 70 channels and will cost $36.

With the update they are no longer taking signups for their sports and news package, but you can find the sports and news channels in the new popular package. If you are a current customer, they will be contacting you with an update via the email address you signed up with.

SFNTVSFNTVYou can learn more about their new packages by heading over to their website.

DVR

Every SFN TV Now Package comes with a free 14-day DVR trial. Record anything you want and have it for 14 days.

Supported Devices

SFN is currently available on Roku, and Android phones and tablets. There are hopes for other devices shortly.

How many devices will SFN TV support?

SFN TV supports up to five devices at once, and the best part is SFN TV will not limit where these devices are located. Unlike PlayStation Vue, SFN TV does not limit the number of devices you can log into meaning you can access SFN TV on the road with your phone as your family back at home streams on their Roku.

Availability

The service is currently in public beta that anyone can sign up for. Just keep in mind it’s a beta, and they are looking for feedback right now.

You can sign up for SFN TV Now by clicking HERE.

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Disclosure: Cord Cutters News received a free review subscription for the purposes of testing out the service.

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