Vidgo, a live TV streaming service, has been down since late Friday night due to an issue with a vendor. The company has confirmed that it is working with the vendor to restore service, but it is unclear when that will happen.
Vidgo has apologized to its customers for the inconvenience and has promised to issue refunds for the time that the service is down. All subscribers will receive a two-week credit and $10 off for the next six months.
Vidgo is a smaller live TV streaming service that offers a variety of channels, including ESPN, FS1, and more. It is available on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, as well as Android & iOS mobile devices, and on the web.
The outage comes at a bad time for Vidgo, as it is competing with larger and more established live TV streaming services like Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, and YouTube TV. It is also coming at a time when many people are looking for alternatives to cable TV.
It is unclear what caused the issue with Vidgo’s vendor, but the company has said that it is working to resolve it as quickly as possible. In the meantime, customers who are unable to access Vidgo can try using another live TV streaming service or watching on-demand content on other platforms.
Here are some tips for choosing a live TV streaming service:
- Consider your budget: Live TV streaming services can range in price from $25 to $80 per month.
- Look at the channels that are offered: Make sure that the service offers the channels that you want to watch.
- Consider the streaming quality: Some live TV streaming services offer better streaming quality than others.
- Read reviews: See what other people have to say about the live TV streaming services that you are considering.
Once you have chosen a live TV streaming service, be sure to sign up for a free trial before you commit to a paid subscription. This will give you a chance to try the service out and make sure that it is right for you.