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Vidgo: Every Live TV Channel You Get for $40 (And $50)

If you’re wondering what channels are on Vidgo, here’s the full list.

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Like any live TV streaming service, knowing what channels Vidgo offers is crucial in determining whether this is the right service for you.

One of the major selling points with Vidgo is that it is a more affordable service compared to some of the others. Therefore, it will suit those looking to spend less, more than those looking for the best features or experience.

As is the case with all live TV streaming services, the price and features are only important if the service has the right channels to begin with. In this article you’ll find some basic information on what Vidgo is, how many plans there are, and how much those plans cost. You’ll also find a complete and full listing of every live TV channel Vidgo currently offers.

You can use the links below to jump straight to a specific section.

What is Vidgo?

Vidgo is a newer entrant to the live TV streaming scene. The company has actually been around for some time and launched a new skinny bundle early in 2019. That package started at just $14.99 per month, although the low price was only available while the service was in beta.

Towards the end of 2019, the company announced the end of the beta period and as a result, launched its new and main live TV streaming plans. While the channels and prices have changed, Vidgo is still focused on delivering a live TV streaming service at an affordable price.

Besides the lower cost, Vidgo is also looking to distinguish itself in the market by focusing more on social-based live TV streaming.

Vidgo TV Android app
Vidgo adds a social experience to its apps

How many Vidgo live TV plans are there?

Vidgo now offers two main plans:

  • The Core plan with access to roughly 60 live TV channels
  • The Plus plan which provides access to roughly 80 channels

While both of these plans are primarily aimed at English-speaking viewers, Vidgo also offers two skinny packages for Spanish-speaking viewers.

  • The Latino plan with access to over 15 channels.
  • The Latino Mas plan with access to more than 25 live TV channels.

How much is Vidgo?

Affordability is the name of the game with Vidgo and while these plans are not as cheap as they were during the beta period, they are still very competitively priced.

Vidgo’s main Core plan is priced at just $39.99 per month in the U.S. Those looking for a more robust plan might want to consider the Plus plan. While the Plus plan ups the channel count, it also ups the price to $49.99 per month.

Compared to the rest of the market, these are cheaper prices. While the Plus is the more premium plan it is still cheaper than the basic plans from AT&T TV NOW, fuboTV, Hulu Live TV and YouTube TV.

Consumers interested in either of the Latino packages can sign up to the Latino plan for $14.99 per month or the Latino Mas plan for $24.99 per month.

All of Vidgo’s plans come with a 7-day free trial.

Update May 2020: Vidgo currently has all of its plans on sale. The prices below will remain available until June 30, 2020.

  • Core $29.99
  • Plus $39.99
  • Latino $9.99
  • Latino Mas $19.99

What channels are on Vidgo?

Irrespective of the price, a live TV service is only worth a subscription if it has the channels you need. In total, Vidgo claims to offer a minimum of 60 channels with its Core plan and 80 channels for those opting for the Plus plan.

When announcing these new plans, Vidgo made the point that its Core plan is the only basic package from a major streaming service to include all of the main Disney-owned channels. Therefore, if Disney channels are a priority for you, Vidgo might be a good choice for you.

Generally speaking, the Core and Plus plans are identical. For example, the Plus plan comes with all of the channels available through the Core plan. As a result, the only decision is whether the additional channels included with the Plus plan are worth paying the extra $10 for. If not, then the Core plan will be the better choice overall.

Full list of Vidgo Core and Plus channels:

CorePlus
A&E
ABC
ACC Network
Animal Planet
Aspire
BeIn Sports
BET
Big Ten Network
Cheddar
CMT
CMT Music
Comedy Central
Cooking Channel
Curiosity Stream
Destination America
Discovery
Discovery Family
Discovery Life
Disney
Disney Jr.
Disney XD
DIY
ESPN
ESPN Deportes
ESPN Goal Line/Bases Loaded
ESPN U
ESPN2
ESPNews
Food Network
Fox
Fox Business
FOX Deportes
Fox News
Freeform
FS 1
FS 2
FX
FXM
FXX
FYI
Game Show Network
Hallmark
Hallmark Drama
Hallmark Movies
HGTV
History
ID
INSP
Law & Crime
Lifetime
Lifetime Movies
Longhorn
MAVTV
Motortrend
MTV
MTV Classic
MTV2
Nat Geo
Nat Geo Wild
NFL Network
NFL Redzone
Nick Jr
Nick Toons
Nickelodeon
OWN
PAC-12
PAC-12 Los Angeles
PAC-12 Arizona
PAC-12 Bay Area
PAC-12 Mountain
PAC-12 Oregon
PAC-12 Washington
Paramount Network
Science
SEC
Stadium
Stadium Regional
Teen Nick
TLC
Travel Channel
TV Land
Uptv
Velocity
VH1
Viceland

Vidgo additional networks & add-ons

Vidgo does not appear to offer anything of substance in terms of upgrades. For example, there’s currently no option to add any premium networks or to increase any of the limits that are imposed on features.

While this might be a temporary thing – Vidgo says it intends to offer add-ons and upgrades at a later date – it might also be an indication of the service in general. With Vidgo making a play for the price, the lack of add-ons and upgrades might be a way to keep the focus on the low cost.

That’s not to say there aren’t any additional features on offer. There are, and one of them is a little unique.

Vidgo offers a feature called “social TV.” The general idea here is that once a user downloads the app, they can watch movies, shows and sports with other people. This not only includes the option to invite people to a virtual watch party, but also text and image chat while the content plays in the background.

Vidgo social TV hang
Video adds a social element to live TV and sports

Highlights of social TV, according to Vidgo:

  • Select from millions of hilarious Animated Gifs
  • Include Memes
  • Post Polls for everyone to chime in on
  • Share photos with others in your room
  • When watching live Sports it’s simply the best tool for trash talking

Best Vidgo alternatives

Vidgo seems like a good option for those who want to save money, but still retain access to live TV. That’s regardless of whether switching from cable and satellite, or another live TV streaming service.

However, this is not going to be the best option for everyone. Sling TV and Philo are both considerably cheaper than Vidgo. Yes, they might not offer as many channels with their base packages, but they could prove to be more suitable options for some consumers.

Most popular Vidgo alternatives:

You can see how all of these alternate live TV services compare on price by checking out our live TV streaming price guide.

John Finn

By John Finn

John is the founder of Streaming Clarity and has been writing about smartphones and TV-related services and devices since 2014. John streams everything and genuinely believes the best streaming approach is to bounce between streaming services as needed. Contact John via email at john@streamingclarity.com or on Twitter

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