How To Watch Brazilian TV Online

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The Sling streaming service is one that provides television programming and films online both live and on-demand and has been one of the most popular ways to cut the cord. Recently, Sling has taken the popularity and has used it to branch into a number of different languages, including Brazilian/Portuguese, giving more people access to the streaming content that the service has become famous for.


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This includes expansion into the country of Brazil with Sling’s Brazilian-language option. This service allows Brazilian natives the opportunity to see what all the fuss is about by streaming all their favorite television programs onto their device of choice through Sling.

Stream Brazilian TV On Sling

Sign-up: On the main screen of the Sling website, you will find a blue button in the middle of the screen that says “Watch Now 7 Days Free”. Clicking this will whisk you away to the sign-up screen where you can enter all your essential sign-up information such as email, password, payment, and package plans. After this, you will be able to access the Brazilian-language services of Sling for free for 7-days, during which you can cancel anytime.

Portuguese TV Packages and Pricing

Price/Packages: The following packages are available through Sling Brazilian, none of which include the multitude of extras in which you can choose to add later:

  • For the price of $20 dollars, you can get the Brazil TV Globo Package, which includes an array of 20 Brazilian language channels from entertainment to news.
  • For $25 dollars a month you can get the “Brazilian Package”. This package is very similar to the previous one but adds another channel known as Record TV: one of the most popular channels available in the Brazilian language.
  • The “Brazil Mega” package, available for $35 a month, gives you everything that you got in the previous two packages but includes 12 more channels, 12 of which exclusively stream sports content
  • Price Range: $20-35 dollars/month (Without Extras)


Sling Brazil Television Add-On Packages

Extras: In addition to the packages above, you can add any one of these numerous extras. Note: The “World Sports Mini” extra is included with the “Brazil Mega” package.

  • World Sports Mini: Live-stream sports from around the world on one of the multiple channels, available for $10 extra a month
  • HBO: Enjoy many of HBO’s exclusive TV series and films on-demand for $15 a month
  • Cinemax: Many classic and newer films can be available for streaming for only $10 extra a month
  • Starz: If you want some of the best movies and series available at the touch of a button, then you can get the Starz channel for an additional $9 a month
  • Showtime: Films, boxing, and many more exclusives available through Showtime can be available to you for $10 a month

How To Live Stream Brazilian TV Online

Devices: You can stream the entertainment options available to you through Sling Brazilian on many internet capable devices, including Amazon Fire, Roku, Xbox One, iPhone, iPad, Android phones and Tablets, Chromecast, Apple TV, LG Devices, and many others.

For those that have always wanted a Roku Stick or wanted to try out Roku Premiere+, signing up and pre-paying for at least 3 months of Sling’s Brazilian service can get not only a free Roku Stick but 50% off Roku Premiere+. This gives a lot of incentive to give this streaming service a try!

What Brazilian Channels Are Included?

Here is some information for the various channels available for Sling Brazilian:

  • Entertainment channels such as FashionBox, Luxe.TV, and BON provide exclusive, streaming programming
  • Parents can find child and family friendly programming via channels such as Baby TV and Duck TV
  • There are a plethora of both local and international news channels available, such as Bloomberg, RT, News18, France 24, RIT, and much more.
  • The “Brazilian Mega” package, which includes the World Sports Mini package, has live-streaming sports available via channels such as Willow and Willow Xtra, PFC, Fightbox HD, and much more.

Sling Brazil TV Features

  • Watch television in your preferred language at anytime, anywhere
  • Watch programming on multiple supported devices at the same time
  • Get all the channels you love from your home country and abroad
  • On-demand programs and films in multiple languages
  • Simple, easy-to-use interface makes finding what you are looking for a cinch
  • Option to view recent television up to 8 days from its air date (International Customers only)
  • No contracts or Social Security number required
  • Customer support available 24/7

If you are a member of the Brazil nation or one of the millions of Portuguese speaking nationals around the world, you will find that there is a lot to love about the Sling Brazilian streaming service. If you ever wanted to cut the cord, Sling gives you a way to do so with a slew of international programming available in your language at the touch of a button.


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Antonio Ninham is Editor in Chief of Cut the Cord and is responsible for overseeing the news, reviews, analysis, and featured articles on cutthecord.com. Antonio graduated from UW-Milwaukee with a degree in Psychology. He’s a drummer that has been playing for over 20 years. He’s generally a private person, but for you he’s ready to divulge a couple of personal details. He subscribes to Netflix and HBO Now loves the show Silicon Valley. Antonio is avid listener of comedy podcasts and a watcher of youtube channels devoted to movies such as Alien, Predator, The Terminator, and Robocop. I hear he watches a lot of Conan remote segments. Antonio is a casual football fan. He likes the Green Bay Packers. He loves the Irish sport, Hurling (look it up).

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