In a bold move supporting cord cutters, satellite provider DirecTV is allowing users to stream NFL Sunday Ticket games to their personal devices without requiring a satellite dish in the process. Streaming will work on compatible Android phones and tablets, iPhone and iPad, Macs and PCs, as well as Microsoft's Xbox gaming console depending on the package you sign up for.
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 8 Jun 2014 11:13 pm
In an analyst meeting this past week, where AT&T was discussing their acquisition of DirecTV, the subject of NFL Sunday Ticket was brought up as "a cornerstone of future product-bundle offerings it can market to its customers" according to sources at the Wall Street Journal. They even went as far as suggesting that streaming NFL games would not count against any data caps.
AT&T has announced that they're planning to buy DirecTV. Rumored for weeks, the deal would give AT&T access to 20 million DirecTV customers and, theoretically, make them more competitive with Comcast, which is in the midst of their own merger with Time Warner Cable.
No doubt about it, Football is back in full swing. Last week the NFL released its official app for tablets and now DirecTV has gone ahead and launched its NFL Sunday Ticket app for Honeycomb tablets. With it, you can stream any NFL Sunday Ticket game in HD plus, you also have access to the Red Zone channel.The app doesn't come without a few caveats though. You do have to have a NFL Sunday Ticket...
Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 17 Aug 2011 5:46 pm
If you're an Android wielding NFL fan, this season just got a bit more interesting, as DirecTV has released the NFL Sunday Ticket application to a slew of new Android devices, including the Motorola Xoom and Galaxy Tab 10.1. In the press release, The Xoom, Tab and all Motorola's Android offerings are listed, but a quick peek at the Android Market website shows it as compatible with all my...
Do you have DirecTV and want to watch NFL games wherever you go? Now you can with NFL Sunday Ticket To-Go, which has now been brought to Android. You must have the NFL Sunday Ticket to register for this mobile package, which costs $49.95.What's included:Live streaming video of every NFL game (subject to blackouts)The NFL Red-Zone channelHighlights from every gameScores and instant game statsOnce...
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