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The Amazon faithful have another way to keep the cord cut. Sling TV, the internet-based live TV service from Dish Network, is now available on Amazon Fire HD and HDX tablets, the company announced today.

Sling TV is already available on the Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, bringing live TV channels like Food Network and CNN to users for $20 per month. Users can even watch live sports on ESPN without a cable subscription.

The Amazon Fire tablets will now be able to access all that content through the free Sling TV app. Sling TV is now available on almost any platform, including iOS, Android, Roku players, Xbox One and PCs. However, PlayStation owners don’t have access to the service and instead must use PlayStation Vue to view live TV.

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