The Big Ten Network was one of the first dedicated networks for one college conference. Now it is easier than ever to watch the Big Ten Network without the need to pay for traditional pay TV and get locked into a two-year contract.
Here is our guide to watching the Big Ten Network without cable TV:
Almost every live TV streaming service offers the Big Ten Network. Hulu, PlayStation Vue, YouTube TV, fuboTV, and DIRECTV NOW all offer the Big Ten Network.
Here are the cheapest options:
If you already have Hulu’s on-demand service you can add Hulu’s live TV service with the Big Ten Network for about $32 a month. This is a great deal for anyone who already has Hulu on demand.
If you are an AT&T Unlimited wireless customer you can get DIRECTV NOW for $25 a month after a $25 a month credit. (Typically $50 a month without the AT&T Unlimited wireless credit.)
DIRECTV NOW does offer a 7-day free trial to help you get started.
From there you will find YouTube TV, PlayStation Vue, and fuboTV to be your next best options. YouTube TV, PlayStation Vue, and fuboTV all offer a free trial allowing you to test out the service before you pay for it.
Looking for other channels? Check out our full live TV guide HERE to see how you can watch them.
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