NFL Sunday Ticket Live Streaming Service Reaches More Viewers Without DIRECTV Dish
AT&T and DIRECTV have announced the expansion of their popular NFL Sunday Ticket, which allows live streaming of NFL games to consumers that are unable to install a satellite dish.
From Press Release:
DIRECTV, now part of the AT&T family, and the NFL, have significantly expanded the availability of NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV to more fans, on more devices, so millions of customers who are unable to install a satellite dish can still watch every live out-of-market NFL game, every Sunday afternoon.
The exclusive, live streaming version of the popular NFL SUNDAY TICKET subscription service is available to consumers living in an apartment, condominium or townhome who are not now receiving DIRECTV service. NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV is also available to consumers who were not able to install a DIRECTV dish at their home due to an obstruction or other restriction. Active students at four-year universities nationwide can buy NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV U at an exclusive student price.
“Millions of people in apartments and houses in the U.S. who were unable to install DIRECTV satellite dishes can now enjoy every out-of-market game, every Sunday afternoon on their favorite mobile and connected devices,” said Alex Kaplan, senior vice president, Marketing for DIRECTV, part of the AT&T family. “More NFL fans than ever before will be able to access NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV service and follow their favorite teams and players.”
NFLSUNDAYTICKET.TV packages start at $49.99 a month for four months with various other packages available. Visit nflsundayticket.tv to check eligibility and check out the video below for more information
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