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Sling TV Launches New Indian/Desi Packages with Vijay TV, Maa, Asianet, Willow, & More

Last week Sling TV announced four new international packages for the Indian/Desi audiences. This is just in time for Indian/Desi fans because one of Sling TV’s main international competitors, Yupp TV, just dropped many popular Indian/Desi channels including Vijay TV, Maa, Asianet, and Willow.

The new packages are as follows:

Tamil – starts at $15/month

Telugu – starts at $15/month

Malayalam – starts at $15/month

Kannada – starts at $15/month

Indian/Desi is increasingly popular in the United States, and with Yupp TV dropping many of its channels Sling TV is now the best option for fans of Indian/Desi TV.

Sling TV is becoming a great option for internationals visiting, studying, or working in the United States. With a growing list of channels from around the world, you can easily find a package from Korea, the Middle East, India, and more.

With streaming, you can watch TV from around the world without having to pay for an expensive cable TV package and hoping it has an add-on with a few channels.

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2 Responses to Sling TV Launches New Indian/Desi Packages with Vijay TV, Maa, Asianet, Willow, & More

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    Duelingdragon October 17, 2017 at 1:40 pm #

    If they would add a UK package, I’d be all over that. I wish someone would get the real BBC, ITV, Channel 4, etc.

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    AureliusNW October 17, 2017 at 2:37 pm #

    I don’t think Sling supports any Korean content. In fact, I am having a real problem finding a Korean streaming service that is more than a Curated selection of content. So I am stuck with a Directv antenna just for Korean content.