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DIRECTV offers streaming-only NFL option

DIRECTV offers streaming only NFL option

DIRECTV offers streaming only NFL option

DIRECTV and the NFL have unveiled a new live streaming version of the NFL SUNDAY TICKET for customers not receiving DIRECTV’s satellite 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, while 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,” comments 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, and offer a variety of services (features vary according to the varying packages), including live out-of-market NFL games every Sunday afternoon, accessible via computers, tablets, smartphones or popular connected devices – including Xbox One, Xbox 360, Sony PS3, Sony PS4, Roku and Chromecast.

Keith Kazerman, SVP National Ad Sales, DIRECTV will be at this year’s TV Xperience (October 6th-7th 2015, Hilton Times Square, New York). Click here to download the full free brochure

 

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