College basketball is a great sport to watch, and it’s even better when you don’t have to pay for the privilege. There are plenty of ways to stream college basketball games without having to pay for cable or dish service.
Here are some of the best ways to watch college basketball games without paying for cable or satellite.
PlayStation Vue is Sony’s answer to Sling TV and DirecTV Now, offering live television streaming packages with plans starting at $45 per month. You can get a free college basketball streaming 5-day trial if you want to see what it’s like before committing. The basic Access package includes ESPN, TNT, TBS and CNN, but you’ll need an internet connection that can handle streaming in high definition — at least 5Mbps according to Sony’s website.
DirecTV Now offers four different levels of service starting as low as $35 per month, but you’ll need an internet connection that can handle streaming in high definition — at least 3Mbps according to AT&T’s website. The cheapest package includes ESPN, TBS and TNT among its channels but doesn’t include any sports channels like NFL RedZone or NBA TV.