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  Reply # 1864355 13-Sep-2017 11:14
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I'm pretty sure you have the option to toggle the add-ons on and off at will, so it should be fairly easy to opt in as needed.





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Will the ESPN coverage be in HD (where its available in HD understand sub-continent games are not always produced in HD?)





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When I trialled it I believe it was at least 720p.




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  Reply # 1866808 15-Sep-2017 12:34
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I have signed upto Sling TV and find it good, not great, and the cost is $42NZD per month for the Blue Package, I think the orange one is $5USD cheaper a month, and if you're adding Willow TV (I think $10US per month), you may will be looking around $50 a month.

 

Sky have new subscriber deals for $49 incl Basic, incl Sport , incl HD. 6 month contract and price holds for 12 months. There's a massive thread on GZ about it.

 

Looks to be a good thread here - https://www.reddit.com/r/Cricket/comments/6a2ecn/sling_tv_willow_vs_willowtv_subscription/

 

 


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