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Verizon offers customers extended free trial of Sling TV

Verizon has struck a partnership with Colorado-based Dish Network that allows the company’s wireless phone and fiber optic Internet customers to enjoy an extended free trial of Sling TV.

Starting this week, Verizon’s phone and Internet customers can grab two full months of Sling TV at no cost to them.

The offer is limited to either of Sling TV’s core packages: Sling TV Blue, which includes channels from NBC Universal and Fox Corporation, or Sling TV Orange, which includes Disney and ABC networks.

Both packages normally cost $35 a month and include channels from WarnerMedia, Discovery Networks, AMC Networks and A&E Networks.

An extended free trial of Sling TV’s International package is also available for two months, or customers can grab three free months of Sling TV Latino.

The extended free trial offer is available to all Verizon customers and is redeemable through February 2022.

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