How to Watch Sling TV in Different Locations?

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You can watch Sling TV in Different Locations and even in multiple homes at the same time. This, however, is dependent on the number of streams used in your Sling TV subscription. There should be no problems watching Sling TV away from home as long as you understand how Sling TV's simultaneous streams strategy works.

In this article, we'll go through the various devices that Sling TV supports before diving into how the various Sling TV plans (and their corresponding number of streams) affect streaming live TV when away from home and in various locations.

Sling TV Device Support

When it comes to system support, Sling TV is reasonably supportive. The service is available on several channels, making it simple to watch live television on various devices.

Sling TV is available on mobile phones and tablets, as well as a Windows or Mac device. Sling TV is also available on a variety of set-top boxes, players, and smart TVs.

List of Smart TVs and Players Supported by Sling TV:

  • AirTV
  • Roku
  • Apple TV
  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Android TV
  • Chromecast
  • Samsung smart TVs: 2016-2019
  • LG smart TVs: WebOS 3.0, 3.5, 4.0 and 4.5 and select 2016-2019 models

Understanding Sling TV’s Approach to Streams

Understanding Sling TV's approach to simultaneous streams is essential if you want to make sure this service can handle your travel or different location needs.

Its chosen package determines the number of live TV streams a Sling TV subscriber receives. Sling TV currently has two major plans: Sling Orange and Sling Blue. These plans are all the same price, but they have different live TV channel lineups. They also can support multiple simultaneous streams.

The following is a comparison of the Sling Orange and Sling Blue streams:

  1. Sling Orange comes with 1 stream
  2. Sling Blue comes with 3 streams

Sling TV also provides a Sling ‘Orange + Blue' package that incorporates all plans' channel lineups. This package frequently combines streams, though this does not always indicate that you can receive more streams.

In other words, a Sling Orange + Blue subscriber gets access to the stream quota for both plans, not four simultaneous streams.

Comparison of Sling Orange + Blue Simultaneous Streams:

  • Sling Orange comes with 1 stream
  • Sling Blue comes with 3 streams
  • Sling Orange + Blue comes with 1 Orange stream and 3 Blue streams.

Summary on How to Use Sling TV in Various Locations:

There are no apparent issues to watching Sling TV from several locations as long as you use a supported device. However, the plan you choose will determine whether or not many people can use the service at the same time.

  • Subscribers to Sling Orange will only be able to watch Sling TV on one device at a time, regardless of where they are.
  • Subscribers to Sling Blue will watch on three different screens simultaneously, regardless of where they are.
  • Subscribers to Sling Orange + Blue can only watch one Orange channel at a time, but they can watch three Blue streams at once. This is true regardless of the supported device or location.


Unlike other live TV streaming services, Sling TV does not limit using the content simultaneously on multiple 'living room' devices. This is a significant distinction between Hulu Live TV and YouTube TV, which enforces a home-area limit on access.

As a result, Sling TV is a much better option for those who want to watch live TV in various places, including their homes

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