One of the most popular requests we get is how to watch MSNBC as a cord cutter. Well it may not be for everyone MSNBC is of the fastest growing news network in the United States. Recent noticed that our guide on how to watch MSNBC was badly out of date so today we are updating that guide.
The good news is that cord cutters can legally access the MSNBC Channel and watch all their favorite news coverage and political commentary shows without cable TV.
The Least Expensive Options
If you want cheap checkout Sling TV and their News Extra add-on. For $30 a month you can get over 50 channels including MSNBC. The best part is they offer a free trial allowing you to test out their service before you pay for it.
Hulu Live TV
If you already pay for Hulu on-demand, you can add Hulu’s live TV service for $32 a month. Not only will you get MSNBC live but also a host of other channels.
DIRECTV NOW has MSNBC in their basic package. The best part is if you have AT&T Unlimited Wireless you can get $15 off every month. That will allow you to get MSNBC for just $20 a month. Not only will you get the MSNBC Channel, but you will also get great channels such as ESPN, FS1, and TBS.
DIRECTV NOW offers a free trial allowing you to test out the service before you pay for it.
Looking for the next cheapest option? Check out YouTube TV to get 40+ channels, including MSNBC, for just $35 a month.
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