May 28, 2018

Best Ways to Watch Hindi Channels in USA

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If you're looking for Hindi channels in the US, there are several TV providers you can check out. Read on to learn which provider offers what channels and how much they cost.

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Sling TV

Sling TV is a popular choice for live Hindi TV channels. They offer three Hindi packages - Hindi (50+ channels), Hindi Premium (60+ channels), and Hindi Gold (90 channels). You can choose to pay for your package every month, every three months, and annually.

Popular channels on their Hindi package include Zee TV, Apaka Colors, and &TV, among many others.

The app is available for most smart devices. This means you can watch Hindi shows from the comfort of your TV at home or from your smartphone on the train to work. Sling TV also allows you to replay your shows for up to eight days after they air.

DISH TV

DISH TV is another popular provider that has Hindi TV channels. Unlike Sling TV, DISH has many Hindi packages to choose from.

Each package has different channel variations, so users who only want select channels can find a package to suit their needs. They have separate packages for news, movies, and select channels like Star Plus & Zee TV.

However, you'll have to get a base English package before you can add the Hindi channels as add-ons.

One of the good perks of DISH is that they have an excellent DVR unit, the Hopper 3. It records 16 programs at the same time, and has up to 500 hours of HD recording.

YuppTV

YuppTV works like Netflix - all you need to do is buy a subscription, and you're set. You can install the YuppTV app on smart TVs and mobile apps, and begin watching your shows.

YuppTV has three different packages - Yupp Bollywood Pack, Yupp Hindi, and Yupp Hindi Premium. You can choose to subscribe monthly, every six months, or annually. They've also got plenty of other languages from South Asia, such as Telugu, Bengali, Punjabi, and many others.

Like SlingTV, YuppTV has a "Catchup TV" feature, which allows you to catch up watching any show or program for up to 10 days.

However, one downside of YuppTV is that it only allows for one stream at a time. You can "unlock" more streams on different devices, but you'll have to pay an additional monthly fee for it.

Hotstar (US)

Like YuppTV and Netflix, Hotstar is a video streaming service which streams live sports, Indian TV shows, and movies. They have content in eight Indian languages: Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali, Punjabi, Kannada, and Malayalam.

Unlike YuppTV, Hotstar doesn't have packages. You pay for a premium membership, which gives you access to their content.

One good thing about Hotstar is that they allow you to download select movies and shows to your device. The downside is that this doesn't include laptops - only on your phone and tablet. Still, this means you can watch content on-the-go.

MY INDIAN TV

There are several ways to watch content via MY INDIAN TV. You can use a set-top box to watch it on your TV (it supports the MAG Box), and it also works with Android TV, Apple and Android phones and tablets, and Kodi.

They have more than 20 packages to choose from, each with different combinations of channels. There's no contract, and you can choose to subscribe monthly or per 180/360 days.

Like Sling TV and YuppTV, MY INDIAN TV has a 7-day playback feature for their shows and movies.

They only allow one device per account. However, if you have a MAG Box, you can use that with a web/Android/Kodi session at the same time.

BOTTOM LINE

Picking a Hindi TV service provider depends on a few factors. You'll need to consider things like your budget, mode of consumption (TV or phone/tablet), as well as channels you'd like.

If you'd like to cut the cord, pick streaming services such as YuppTV and Sling TV. However, you'll need to make sure you have a fast internet connection. The minimum speed is 3Mbps for smooth streaming.

If you prefer something more traditional, you can go with DISH Network. They're a popular satellite TV provider, and will do the installation for you. The downside is, you'll need to subscribe to a base package to add the Hindi channels, which can be expensive.

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