Sling TV, the Internet-based TV service that was first announced by Dish at CES 2015, is now available for anyone to access following an invite-only beta testing period. You can download the Android Sling TV app now from the Google Play Store. Dish has also announced that AMC has been added to its list of networks that can be accessed with its basic fee of $20 a month.
Sling TV, which is just for US residents, is offering users a seven day free trial, so you can see if this "cord-cutting" option is right for you before paying a monthly fee. In addition to the basic $20 tier, which offers a collection of 15 popular cable TV channels, customers can pay for additional collections of sports, news and kids channels for $5 a month each.
Source: Sling TV