Sling TV’s unique, a la carte approach to internet TV has made it a top choice for some cord-cutters. Need to learn more about its features, like the Sling TV DVR? Read on to get all the information you need about the DVR feature on Sling TV.
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What are the Sling TV DVR storage limits?
By default, you can store 50 hours of content with Sling TV. When it originally launched, Sling TV only allowed you to store up to 10 hours for free, but they upgraded their base plans to offer 50 hours of storage within the last few years.
Can I upgrade my Sling TV DVR storage capacity?
Yes. Sling TV offers a cloud DVR upgrade with 200 hours of storage if you purchase the Sling Orange, Sling Blue, or Sling Orange + Blue plan, and it will cost you an additional $5/month.
How do I use the Sling TV DVR on my device?
First, check out the Flixed article on Sling TV device support to see if your device is supported. Then, for full details about using the Sling TV DVR on your selected device, take a look at this article from Sling.
What to watch on Sling TV
Sling TV has a lot of channels, and if you’re wondering what you can watch live or record with your DVR, you may not know where to start. If so, check out the Flixed TV Guide for Sling TV. This easy-to-use, ad-free TV guide has all the information you need to see what’s on, and to find out if Sling TV is right for you.
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Eric Liston is a content writer based in Columbus, Ohio. Since 2015, he’s been writing about technology, cord-cutting, and helping everyday people save money. He also has expertise writing about medicine, dentistry, insurance, and a variety of other industries. No matter what he’s writing, his focus is always on simplifying complex concepts and making them approachable for everyone. When he’s not slamming away on his keyboard at his home office, you’ll find Eric reading sci-fi novels, improving his disc golf game (he just hit his first 400-foot drive) and playing video games on his gaming PC.