SFN TV Now Free Trial Available Again

It looks like SFN TV Now, a new “cable channel” bundle streaming service is accepting signups for it’s service and free trial again.

SFN TV Now previously offered a variety of specific streaming packages at various price points as an alternative to cable, setting it apart from streaming services PlayStation Vue and Sling TV.

It looks like with the relaunch they have pared down the offering to just 4 packages. This will definitely be very disappointing to most cord cutters, as their BETA offering allowed for true skinny bundling, with choices for Kids, Sports, & News. I think the true skinny bundles offered them an edge, as many cord cutters may only want news, sports, or the kids channels.

The 4 packages offered now are local stations (only available in the Atlanta area), a faith based package, and then 2 larger bundles ($36 for 70+ channels, and $48 for 90+ channels). This unfortunately looks more like a traditional cable package than what was offered before.

Welcome features are the cloud based DVR, ability to stream on 3-5 devices depending on what package you subscribe to.

While the original BETA service was exciting and looked to be a true competitor for Playstation Vue, and SlingTV, it still looks like a nice package of bundled channels for a reasonable price.

SFN TV has seemed very responsive to feedback in the past, if you like the new bundles, or preferred the old bundle be sure to give them feedback at betafeedback@sfn-tv.com.

SFN TV Now is available on Roku (3 & 4) and Android (5.0 and higher) devices.

You can check out SFN TV Now’s offering and signup for their 7 day free trial on their site at this link, and our report on their old package offering at this link.

William B. West

William B. West

William B. West has been an internet journalist since 1998. Writing for a total of 25 pro wrestling news sites at his peak, before retiring only to return to online journalism in 2011. Currently William is editor of WBWTV.com, a contributor to WrestleOhio.com, and editor in chief of PowYeah.com & Rokuki.com.

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