Sling transforms DishWorld into Sling International

With the adjustment, domestic customers will now be able to access international channels as well.
April 6, 2015

Colorado-based Sling TV has rechristened DishWorld, the live streaming multi-language TV service, as Sling International.

As a result, the OTT domestic TV provider will offer its subscribers global programming from nearly 200 channels in 18 languages.

DishWorld customers will be expected to upgrade to the Sling International app at login, and will be able to watch both international and domestic Sling content with a single app.

While monthly subscriptions begin at $15, new customers signing up to Sling International will receive a free one-month trial.

Sling International can also be viewed on Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV stick, Roku players and Roku TV, Android and iOS devices, Xbox One, Mac and PC. Sling International will also be available on select Samsung Smart TVs within the next few weeks.

Sling TV subscribers already receive content from A&E Networks, Disney and the Scripps Networks Interactive due to previously negotiated deals.

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