Sling TV announced their USD$20/mo package for television programming which was warmly received by cordcutters in January. Sadly it was invite-only so people interested had to sign up and wait to hear back. That is, until Sunday evening. Sling has now removed the invitation requirement and anyone interested can now sign up for a 7-day trial, then subscribe to various packages and add ons which include sports broadcasts (long a hurdle for cordcutters). From the front page, just click on "Start your 7 days free" and walk through the setup process to get access to television on a Mac or Windows machine, iOS/Android devices, and Roku box now, coming soon to Amazon Fire TV/Stick and Xbox One. Currently the service is US-only and only works on one device at a time, but even with everything added the subscription comes in at $35/monthly, quite a bit less then most "standard" cable subscriptions.
Check It Out: Sling TV Service Now Open To All