Sling TV’s service is great for cord-cutters, but not ideal for families who like to watch different stuff at the same time. It recently launched a multi-stream option (in beta) that allows viewing on up to three Sling-TV supported devices at once, but so far content has been limited to Fox and a few other channels. However, Spanish viewers now have a bunch of new options thanks to the company’s Best of Spanish TV-Beta that brings multi-stream viewing of channels like Azteca, beIN SPORTS, beIN SPORTS en Espa~nol, Cinelatino, CineSony, De Pelicula, Pasiones, Telerom’antica, UniM’as and Univision.
The service is among the new “Extras” options, which include Hollywood Extra-Beta, Lifestyle Extra-Beta and World News Extra-Beta. Each of those is $5 per month, while the Cinemax Extra-Beta is $10 and HBO Extra-Beta runs $15 a month. In addition, Viacom channels like Comedy Central will soon come to both the single- and multi-stream options. Those prices are on top of regular subscription prices — both the single and multi-stream options run $20 per month. That might make multi-stream seem like a bargain, but it doesn’t include some important channels like ESPN and Disney. However, the Spanish Extra pack is identical for both single- and multi-streams.