Dish just announced Sling TV, its bold new experiment in internet TV that gives cord cutters access to big names like ESPN and Adult Swim without a cable subscription. If you're not quite sold on the idea, though, there's a month-long free trial coming up — but only for Xbox One owners. Microsoft partnered with Dish to bring the extended trial to the console — which is also the only games console that will support the new service at launch — and says it will be available to Xbox Live members in the "coming weeks." The service will regularly cost $20 a month when it launches, and you can add bundles of premium content like "kids" or "news" for an extra $5 each. Sling TV is expected to launch later this month on devices including Amazon's Fire TV and Roku's set-top boxes.
You can get a free month of Dish's new Sling TV streaming service on Xbox One
You can get a free month of Dish's new Sling TV streaming service on Xbox One/
Available in the "coming weeks"