Southern Fibernet Launches Sling TV, Sony Vue Alternative, Free Trial

UPDATE 6/15/16: We have removed the previously posted lineup card as SFN TV Now has announced there will be a new lineup rolling out as the BETA comes to an end. SFN is in process of updating their website for new signups. Will we post the new lineup as soon as it is available.

You can also check out SFN TV NOW’s Facebook page for the latest updates at this link.

Regional cable provider Southern Fibernet is launching a cord cutting skinny bundle service that looks like it could be competition for Sony Vue and Sling TV. The service called SFN TV Now offers a variety of OTT streaming cable channels with no contract and focusing on specific categories.

Packages offered:

ATL Local 12 Channels $9.99. Local Atlanta networks including ABC, CBS, NBC, and FOX. (This package available only in Atlanta area)

KIDS 10 Channels $9.99. All your kids’ favorites including Disney, FreeForm, Animal Planet, Cartoon Network, and more.

FAITH 10 Channels $4.99. Spiritual programming includes EWTN, TBN, Inspire, The Catholic Channel and more.

NEWS 17 Channels $9.99. All the news you can handle with C-Span, CNN, Fox News, HLN, The Weather Channel, OAN, and more.

SPORTS 17 Channels $19.99. All Never miss a game with favorites like ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPN News, Fox Sports 1, MLB Network and more.

POPULAR 33 Channels $19.99. The SFN Popular Package includes all-time favorites like TBS, TNT, Food Network, HGTV, History and more.

MAX 98 Channels $48.99. With 98 Channels, SFN Max covers you from Lifetime to ESPN, TRU TV to CNBC and more.

MAX + LOCAL 110 Channels $58.99. Our largest channel package includes all of SFN MAX plus all local Atlanta networks. (This package available only in Atlanta area)

You can check out the full channel lineup or sign up for their free trail by clicking here. To add their private Roku channel login to your Roku account online and under Manage Account> Add Channel> type in channel code sfntv.

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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