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Fuse is the place to be for music on TV: it has music videos, concerts, and more. If you don't have cable, though, you might think that you're not going to have access to fuse. That's not necessarily the case, and we'll explain why as we cover how to watch Fuse without cable.
Here are a few of our favorite ways to stream Fuse:
Below, we'll talk about an exciting new type of streaming service that we can use to watch live network television channels like Fuse. We'll list out the specific services that offer a Fuse live stream in their channel bundles, and we'll speak in detail about the platforms and devices that you can use to watch Fuse without cable through these same services. Read to rock? Here's how to watch Fuse without cable.
Fuse is a network television channel, which means it is only available through a pay TV multichannel service like cable or satellite. Bummer, right? Well, it would be, except that times are changing: cable and satellite aren't the only pay TV services around anymore, and our newer options are really exciting.
Cord cutters can now watch Fuse without cable, and the reason for that is the rise of the “skinny bundle.” In recent years, we've seen the arrival and growth of services that allow users to stream live network television. Just as Netflix has made it possible to watch on-demand content over the internet, these new services have made it possible to watch live TV over the internet, too.
Skinny bundles have a lot of advantages over their legacy pay TV competition. For one thing, they're cheaper. That's because skinny bundles trim the fat off of bulky cable bundles. It's also partly because there are no monopolies here: since the content is delivered over the internet, you aren't limited to regional monopolies. More competition means better service and lower prices.
Skinny bundles are also made to work with our modern lives and devices. With a skinny bundle, you can stream live TV almost anywhere and on almost any device you want to use. You can watch Fuse without cable on the go by streaming with your phone, or you can set up a skinny bundle on your Roku in order to watch Fuse without cable on your big screen. You can log into your skinny bundle account on multiple devices, and you can even authenticate TV everywhere apps with most skinny bundles.
Not every skinny bundle is an answer to the question of how to watch Fuse without cable. But some skinny bundles do include Fuse in their channel lineups, and we're going to list all of them out for you below. Check out your options, sign up for a few free trials, and start watching Fuse without cable!
Stream Fuse for free with fuboTV
fuboTV is a great solution to the question of how to watch Fuse without cable, because it includes a Fuse live stream. There are tons of great reasons to check out fuboTV, including great platform support, solid app experiences, and smooth streaming quality. Plus, you can try everything out for free by clicking on the link in this section and signing up for fuboTV's free trial offer.
Stream Fuse with Sling TV
While most skinny bundles offer a selection of “base” bundles at different sizes and price points before enticing you with just a few add-ons, Sling TV takes the opposite tack. Their small base bundle combine to form a bundle comparable to most of the competition's entry-level offerings. But after that, you're done with base bundles: everything else is going to come in the form of add-ons. That's great for fans of niche channels, because it makes it more cost-effective for subscribers to add channels that might be relegated to the high-priced tiers of competitors' offerings. All Fuse fans have to do is create a bundle that includes Fuse. Sign up by clicking on the link in this section.
AT&T TV Now is a live TV streaming service that you might know by its former name, DirecTV Now. No matter what you want to call it, AT&T TV Now makes a great way to watch Fuse without cable.
Learning how to watch Fuse without cable: check.
Learning how to watch Fuse without cable on whatever device you want: check. See, we've actually covered this already, because all the services that we listed above as ways to watch Fuse without cable are also services that let you watch Fuse online on a ton of different devices. Let's unpack that a little and talk about platform support, and particularly about support for the platforms on the streaming boxes and smart TVs that we love: platforms like Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and Chromecast.
fuboTV and Sling TV both offer apps for Roku devices.
fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now work on Fire TV devices.
fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now have apps for Apple TV.
fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now work great with Chromecast, too.
fuboTV and Sling TV have apps for Android TV devices.
We aren't here to turn up our noses at smaller screens, though. Happily, fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now each have apps for both iOS and Android mobile devices, so you can stream on your iPhones or Android phones to your heart's content.
Returning for a moment to slightly larger screens, let's talk computers. Your desktop or laptop can run fuboTV, Sling TV, and AT&T TV Now, because each of these services offers in-browser and/or desktop apps that work on Windows computers and Macs.
If you own an Xbox One, you can use that to watch Fuse without cable, too: Sling TV has an app for the popular video game console.
No matter which of these devices you may own, you now know how to watch Fuse without cable on them! So grab a free trial or two and discover why it's easier than ever to cut the cord.
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