The Roku stick might look small, but that thing is like a tiny super computer. It’s definitely enough to cut the cord, and it might just have every streaming service out there.
All the major cord-cutting services are on Roku: Sling, Philo, Youtube TV, Hulu with live TV, etc.
However, which one is best? And more importantly: which one is for you? In this article we help you decide.
Sling Orange + Blue
Many cord-cutting services started around $35/month but have been raising their prices to reach near-cable levels (Youtube TV is now $65). Not Sling. They stayed true to their cord-cutting roots, offering you two plans to choose from (Blue and Orange), which are each packed with live TV channels. It's one of the best price-quality offers in the cord-cutting game, with a great interface to boot and wide availability. It's tough to beat.
It's the Southwest of cord-cutting: it will get you there, and for cheap, but you can't ask for much more. Philo has a more than decent channel lineup, and it's so, so cheap for what it offers.
Paramount+ is the streaming platform for CBS content: it has all their on-demand library as well as their live TV offering. From shows like NCIS and Hawai Five-O to exciting recent releases like The Good Fight, it's a good subscription to add to your catalog of staples. On its own, it's a bit thin.
YipTV focuses on TV and on-demand content in Spanish. It doesn't have the best interface but offers a cheap way to keep up with soccer, movies, and music from Latin America and Spain.