Last month, Sling TV introduced a couple of channel packs for the Spanish-speaking audience in the US. But now the company's taking that one step further with Sling Latino, a standalone service for people who are only interested in having access to channels en Español. The main package, called Paquete Total, is $12 per month and features 22 of the most popular networks in Spanish, including Azteca America, Galavisión, beIN Sports en Español, Univision, UniMás, Univision Deportes Network, Univision tlnovelas and many more. That said, there is a cheaper option for just $7: Paquete Esencial, which comes with Azteca America, Cinelatino, beIN Sports en Español, Univision tlnovelas and 12 other channels, although it's missing most of Univision's properties.
The Colombia and España Packs, meanwhile, are the same price as the Paquete Esencial, but only feature content from their respective country. Much like the original product, Sling Latino's expected to offer more channel bundles in the future, and any of these can be combined with Sling TV's $20-per-month basic package. Sling Latino customers also have the option to purchase two extra streams for $5 monthly, which would come in handy to those who want to watch different things simultaneously across multiple devices.
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